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Almond in Cinnamon Honey

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  • Taste pure delight
  • Nourishing Blend of Almond & Cinnamon
  • Nurtures Your Immunity Naturally


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    Indulge in the tasty combination of almond and cinnamon with our Almond in Cinnamon Honey. With 100% natural ingredients, this snack is high in antioxidants and provides a rich source of protein and healthy fats. Satisfy your cravings guilt-free with this delicious and nutritious option.

    Almond in Cinnamon Honey

    Almond in Cinnamon Honey

    Rs. 479.00


    Almond in Cinnamon Honey

    Almond in Cinnamon Honey

    Rs. 479.00 Rs. 799.00
    41% off


    • Taste pure delight: Enjoy Farm Naturelle’s delectable blend of premium almonds and the warm embrace of natural cinnamon-infused raw honey. Each spoonful is a journey into indulgence, where the finest quality almonds meet the goodness of untouched, raw honey. Savor the essence of nature's sweetness in every drop, as our 100% pure and natural creation weaves a symphony of flavors that's simply unforgettable.
    • Nourishing Blend of Almond & Cinnamon: Taste the perfect blend of nature's goodness with our Almond-Infused Raw Honey. Crafted by infusing premium blanched almonds into pure, natural honey, this exquisite fusion offers a wealth of vitamins and minerals. Elevate your wellness journey with each delectable spoonful.
    • Nurtures Your Immunity Naturally: Dive into the goodness of our pure and natural honey range, specially crafted to boost your immune system. Elevate your well-being with nature's gift, supporting your body's defenses the natural way. Our honey is a treasure trove of health, promoting a strong immune system for your vibrant life.

    All men, women of all ages and children can consume it.

    Honey, Cinnamon, Almond


    Benefits Of Almond in Cinnamon Honey

    Nature's Nutrient Treasure

    Packed with essential vitamins, minerals, and powerful antioxidants, our honey is a pure gift from nature. Every drop of our honey is a natural source of valuable nutrients that your body will love. From vitamins to minerals that support your well-being, to antioxidants that help your body thrive, our honey is a delicious way to embrace a healthier you.

    Fusion of Almonds, Cinnamon & Honey

    Treats your cravings with our heavenly blend of almonds and honey – a match made in nature's paradise. Elevate your dessert game with this all-natural treat that's sure to win your heart. Each bite is a journey into the rich, nutty crunch of almonds embraced by the golden sweetness of pure honey. Let your taste buds dance and your soul rejoice in this delectable, healthy indulgence.

    Nature's Sweet Delight for All

    Indulge in the goodness of our pure, natural, and natural honey – a treat that's meant for every palate. From young to old, our honey spreads joy with each delightful drop. It's a taste that unites and brings smiles to all faces. Share the sweetness, share the happiness – it's a gift from nature that everyone can relish!

    Nourish Inside, Radiate Outside

    Revitalize Your Body and Skin Naturally as the power of pure honey gently purifies your body, sweeping away harmful free radicals that can linger in your immune system. Unveil radiant skin that glows with health, reflecting the beauty that starts from within.


    How To Use


    Drizzle on oatmeal


    Try new recipes


    Replace with sugar in baking


    See why Farm Naturelle is 100 times Better

    Almond in Cinnamon Honey

    Unprocessed & Raw

    No-added flavors & colors


    No added sugar

    Jungle bloom essence, Jim Corbett's floral embrace.


    Unprocessed & Raw

    Added flavors & colors


    Added Sugar

    Unethical Extraction

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    The thickness of honey can change due to various factors, like temperature, moisture content, and the presence of impurities. Here's why honey thickness can differ:

    Temperature: Honey is influenced by temperature. In colder temperatures, honey becomes thicker and more viscous. This happens because the sugars in honey, like fructose and glucose, are less soluble in cold conditions. This leads to the sugars crystallizing and making the honey thicker. Warmer temperatures, however, make honey more liquid.

    Moisture Content: Honey holds different amounts of water, usually between 17% to 20%. If there's more water, the honey will be thinner. On the contrary, less water makes the honey thicker. Beekeepers manage moisture levels in honey during extraction and processing to achieve the right consistency.

    Floral Source: The flowers bees collect nectar from can affect honey thickness. Various flowers produce nectar with different sugar compositions, enzymes, and compounds. These differences can impact the thickness of the resulting honey.

    Filtering and Processing: Honey goes through filtering and processing to remove impurities like wax, bee parts, and pollen. Some methods, like fine filtration, might result in thinner honey. On the other hand, honey that's minimally processed and retains its natural components can be thicker.

    Remember, the natural differences in honey thickness don't necessarily reflect its quality or purity. Honey can range from runny to thick, and different consistencies work better for different types of cooking and culinary uses.
    Honey can freeze in certain situations, even though its freezing point is lower than that of water. Honey usually starts to freeze around temperatures of 17.2°C (63°F) to 20°C (68°F), but this can differ based on its moisture content and impurities.

    When the temperature falls below honey's freezing point, it can turn partially or completely solid, resembling the consistency of other thick liquids. The texture of frozen honey can range from a dense, sticky form to a crystallized, grainy structure.

    Remember, freezing honey doesn't harm its quality or nutritional benefits. Honey acts as a natural preservative due to its low water content and acidic pH, which prevents spoilage. Once your frozen honey thaws, it returns to its original liquid state without losing any flavor or quality.

    If your honey has frozen and you prefer it as a liquid, you can let it thaw at room temperature. Placing the container in warm water or gently warming it can speed up the thawing process. But avoid using high heat or microwaving, as excessive heat might break down the beneficial enzymes and antioxidants present in honey.
    The flavors in our honey come from the flowers the bees use to make it. When bees collect nectar from different types of flowers, it gives the honey its unique taste. Different flowers, different flavors!
    The soft flavor of Jamun Honey and Litchi Honey comes from bees collecting nectar from just one kind of flower. This makes the honey have a gentle and special taste, different from honey gathered from many types of flowers. Also, the place where these flowers grow and the weather there play a role in the honey's flavor.
    Certainly! Various kinds of honey offer diverse health advantages. For instance, multiflora honey boasts antibacterial properties that can support your well-being. On the other hand, jamun honey contains abundant antioxidants that are beneficial for your health. The advantages of a specific honey type depend on the flowers the bees utilized and the distinct properties of that honey. Remember, all honey varieties possess natural antibacterial properties and can serve as a wholesome substitute for refined sugars.
    The best way to store raw honey is in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight and moisture. It's important to keep the honey tightly sealed in its original container to prevent air and moisture from getting in. If honey is exposed to air or moisture, it might start to crystallize or ferment over time. So, find a nice spot in your kitchen cupboard or pantry where the temperature is fairly stable, and make sure the lid is on tight. This way, your raw honey can stay delicious and natural for a long time!
    Yes, people with diabetes can enjoy our delicious jamun and acacia honey flavors as part of their balanced diet. Just remember, even though both of these honey offers natural sweetness and potential health benefits, they are still high in sugar content. This can cause a spike in blood sugar levels if consumed in excess quantity. However, it’s a good idea to chat with a healthcare expert before making significant changes to your diet.
    Honey crystallizes as part of its natural process when the glucose present in the honey forms crystals and separates from the liquid. This is influenced by factors like the honey's type, temperature, and storage conditions. Honey with more glucose tends to crystallize more, while honey with higher fructose content crystallizes less. Cooler temperatures can accelerate crystallization. Don't worry though! Crystallized honey is perfectly safe to consume. You can make it runny again by gently warming it in a water bath.
    To liquefy honey that has crystallized, you can gently warm it up in a water bath. Here's how:

    1. Fill a large bowl or pot with hot water (not boiling).
    2. Place the jar of crystallized honey in the water, making sure the water level does not go above the lid of the jar.
    3. Allow the jar to sit in the warm water for about 15-20 minutes.
    4. Remove the jar from the water and stir the honey with a spoon. If there are still some crystals remaining, you can repeat the process until the honey is completely liquid.

    It's important not to heat the honey too much or too quickly, as this can damage its beneficial enzymes and nutrients. Also, avoid microwaving the honey, as this can cause it to overheat and lose its nutritional value.
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