Ambrosia Pure Honey From Colorado's Western Slope, 16-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 4)
- Pack of four, 16-ounce bottles of Ambrosia Pure Honey from Madhava
- Rich, floral aroma and mild, but distinctive flavor
- Carefully controlled low temperature melting and simple straining preserves honey's natural qualities
- Small batch production from Colorado's western slope
- 100 percent pure with no additives or known allergens
- Pack of four 16-ounce bottles and ships in Frustration Free Certified packaging
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Serves 13 (1 Tablespoon Servings)
1/3 cup Ambrosia Honey
1/2 cup butter, softened
Preheat oven to 350 Fahrenheit
Combine first four ingredients and spread on bottom of greased 8x8 baking dish. Bake for 10-12 minutes.
Cream Ambrosia Honey and butter together until well blended. Spread on toast, muffins, biscuits, pancakes--and--enjoy.
About Madhava Natural Sweeteners
Madhava is a privately owned and operated company, dedicated to providing natural and healthy alternatives to highly processed, refined sugars, and artificial sweeteners. Founded in 1972 in Boulder, Colorado, Madhava's name derives from the Sanskrit word meaning "Born of Honey" or "Born of Light". Madhava sources its honeys, agave, and coconut products from sustainable, organic sources and small, family-owned beekeepers.
|Try Madhava Ambrosia Pure Honey in These and Other Recipes:|
|Camembert Grape Salad with Honey Vinaigrette:|
3 cups all-purpose flour
3/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 cup honey
1/4 cup red wine vinegar
1/2 cup olive oil
2 tablespoons orange juice
1 tablespoon poppy seeds
3/4 pound seedless grapes
3/4 pound sliced fresh figs, apricots, plums, or nectarines
4 ounces camembert or brie cheese, cut into narrow wedges
1/2 cup pecan halves, toasted
2 quarts salad greens
Combine honey, vinegar, oil, orange juice, and poppy seeds in a jar. Shake well.
Arrange clusters of grapes, fruit, cheese wedges, and pecans on salad greens. Shake dressing and drizzle over salad. Refrigerate any remaining dressing.
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Top Customer Reviews
The honey is exactly as described by the company. While it is unfiltered it is strained, which the company does state. So, if you're looking for honey with pieces of honey comb and such this honey is not for you. The important thing is that they heat the honey at a lower temperature which preserves the enzymes (destroyed in supermarket type honey). Side by side comparison to store bought honey there are notable differences. It is darker than store bought honey (the darker the better), the taste is quite different, as well as a more natural texture.
So, if you are looking for a healthy honey without the pieces of stuff in it I highly recommend this honey!!!!!
The taste is nice -It's perfect in my hot tea and it's also good plainly spread on toast.
I see another commenter complained that they had a problem with it crystallizing, but the bottle description explains that this may happen due to the raw & unfiltered nature of the honey. The bottle also tells how you can easily reliquify by heating in a warm water bath.
I highly recommend this honey!
First - the packaging. The plastic bottle itself is a bit cumbersome - sometimes I have give it an iron grip squeeze in order to get the honey out. It does really give off that "hometown raw" aesthetic though.
Second - the consistency & color. My wife and I prefer raw honey and have tried various other brands (whole foods, farmers markets) and usually the consistency of the other brands is an extremely thick goo, which you have to spoon out. What's refreshing about this honey is how smooth it is. Another thing with the other brands of raw honey is the color. The other brands I've tried have a dark amber color (resembles apple butter almost), however, this honey although slightly darker than regular grocery store bought honey, it still has a fairly normal color. My guess for the lighter color is attributed to the raw purity of this kind of honey.
Third - and lastly the taste. This is the primary reason why I give this honey five stars. Although as I mentioned the packaging is a bit cumbersome, I'd eat this honey if it came in a bowling ball. Well, maybe not, but you get the point. The taste is what matters. This honey is hands down the tastiest honey I've ever had in my entire life. It's sweet but not overbearing and no bitter aftertaste like other honeys I've tried. You MUST try this honey at least once in your life. It's refreshing to know that I no longer need to look anymore for great honey - I'm a customer for life.
Pros: 1) Packaged well 2) Light sweet flavor
cons: 1) plastic bottle is very light material 2) Looks filtered 3) Quantity advertised is misleading
We received the Ambrosia Pure Honey today. It came in a package with several items ordered and all four 10 oz bottles came wrapped together in a sealed plastic bag with bubble wrap inside the bag protecting the containers. The containers are very light duty. So much so that I thought I would break the container just twisting the cover off to get the foil protection removed. The honey came in the same large box from Amazon with metal tools I ordered so it might have been nice if the bag of honey bottles had been dropped into a separate small box as well.
We immediately opened a bottle for a taste test. It has a very, very light honey flavor and color to it that is pleasant and very sweet. Though it says it is unfiltered it does look like it has been filtered to some degree. It is a little lighter than the picture displayed as well.
Most of the honey producers we deal with list their honey in fluid ounces or in pounds. I was unfamiliar with this supplier but was intrigued by the area it comes from so, I bit without asking about the true weight. The conversion to weight makes a big difference in pricing. This advertiser states 16-Ounce Bottles. Well, each bottle is about 10 fluid ounces not 16 ounces as you might be led to believe. So if you thought it was 16 fluid ounces of honey and you just got 4 lbs of honey you just paid a premium for your honey because 4 bottles or 64 fluid ounces of honey should be 6 lbs. The advertisement should state 4 lbs. of honey. "16-Ounce Bottles" is misleading and maybe done so on purpose.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
best honey ever. has a natural cinnamony taste, even though they don't add itPublished 3 months ago by Jill
Very good raw, filtered honey in already in its easy-to-use container.Published 5 months ago by Editor Bill
It's a good idea to consume raw and unprocessed products like this honey. Very tasty! It's dark and thick, all natural. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lyu Ivasiv
My mom loves the taste of these and so do I but I keep on ordering just for her, very good taste.Published 14 months ago by bengalisk8r
It is all good, the packaging, the pour, the product............Yum!!!Published 17 months ago by Collene McDaniel