Orange Blossom Honey

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  • TASTING NOTES: Melita Orange Blossom Honey bursts with the fresh flavours of citrus fruits. The aroma is fruity and rich and the texture is smooth with lots of body.
  • SERVING SUGGESTION: A beautifully balanced honey which is delicious stirred into tangy Greek yoghurt, drizzled over pancakes, or baked into a Turkish Baklava.

Melita Orange Blossom Honey is fruity and has the distinct aroma of fresh oranges. This is sunshine in a jar! Enjoy it in your drinks, drizzled over your morning porridge or muesli, or over warm crumpets. This honey is sure to brighten your day.

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  • 5
    Lovely Subtle Citrus!

    Posted by Jan on 9th Jun 2017

    Very light, smooth texture with just a subtle hint of citrus in smell and flavour. Fantastic on toast, and to the last spoonful the texture is consistently thick. Recommended!

  • 5
    great flavour!

    Posted by Unknown on 14th Mar 2016

    like all honeys i have tried so far from Melita, this honey is thick, and has a distinctive flavour all it's own, not too strong as it is a lighter colour than some.

  • 5
    Taste Perfect

    Posted by Bruce Humphries on 1st Sep 2015

    We enjoy this honey for the full flavor that only pure honey gives [hooked on it from fist taste ] has taken place of sugar on breakfast cereal

  • 5
    Very tasty

    Posted by Melanie on 24th Jun 2015

    This a delicious classic honey that as another reviewer has said has a lovely childhood taste for us. Thank you!

  • 5
    Good Taste

    Posted by Talat Choudhry on 23rd May 2015

    Natural taste , it reminds my childhood taste of honey from our orange form

  • 5
    Very Very Nice ...

    Posted by Joseph on 20th Feb 2015

    I have tasted many honey's over a lifetime and find this to be one of the best. It is light, sweet, direct and straight forward to the last drop, with no strange after taste. I would highly recommend this to anyone who is fussy but doesn't want to experiment ...