Tropical Traditions Organic Raw HONEY!!! GIVEAWAY!!

We’ve been enjoying our jar of Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey so much, I almost forgot to come back and write about it!  I have never had organic raw honey before. WOW, NOW I know what I’ve been missing!!  TT’s organic raw honey is smooth and delicious! We’ve used it in tea, on toast, in recipes and well…… straight from the jar too!!  This honey is so smooth!!  I truly believe this is the best honey I’ve ever had in my tea. DH is a huge fan!! He eats it straight from the jar! 

I am a huge fan of Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil.  Wondering how to use coconut oil?? There are HUNDREDS of uses!! Including the BEST BROWNIES you have ever HAD! E-V-E-R!!

Did you know that, Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey comes from the frontier areas of Canada. Tropical Traditions only harvests during a 6-week period in the summer. Tropical Traditions is the exclusive source of this premium organic honey in the U.S. Most commercial honeys available on the market today come from bee farms, where the bees are controlled within a certain area and get their pollen from usually only one kind of flower. Many of the plants that produce these flowers (clover, orange blossom, etc.) are grown with pesticides and fertilizers as well. In addition, almost all honeys on the market are pasteurized in high heat and filtered, removing many of the beneficial nutrients and enzymes.

Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey has not been subjected to the heat of processing, only warmed enough to flow (same temperatures the honey would see inside the hive). We select only premium honey that is pure, smooth and creamy, with the consistency of soft margarine at harvest. It contains live yeast and enzymes, because it has not been processed. It also contains pollen because it has not been filtered—merely screened.

Fine textured crystals are characteristic of totally pure, unheated, unprocessed, raw honey. Properly crystallized honey has a fine, smooth texture. Crystallized honey preserves natural goodness and doesn’t drip. The more rapidly honey crystallizes the finer the texture will be. It will also turn harder over time as it crystallizes. Truly raw honeys do not deteriorate with age, but like fine wines, continue to age and develop into more complex tastes.

Dark_Chocolate_Coconut_Oat_BarsTropical Traditions has this amazing recipe for Dark Chocolate Coconut Oat Bars. YUMMMM!!!

Servings: 9
Preparation Time: 10 minutes

Using a food processor, mix oats, coconut oil, shredded coconut, and maple syrup until it has a sticky consistency.

Press mixture into a 5 x 5 dish and pour melted chocolate on top. Refrigerate until chocolate on top has hardened.

Recipe submitted by Kym, WA

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This is the BEST Honey I have ever eaten!! WOW!!  I’m excited because I get to offer one very lucky Peanut Butter and Whine follower a jar of their very own to try!!  Good Luck!! This giveaway is open to the United States and will end on January 12, 2014 at 1 A.M.4

If you order by clicking on any of my links and have never ordered from Tropical Traditions in the past, you will receive a free book on Virgin Coconut Oil, and I will receive a discount coupon for referring you. Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.


  • K-Squared

    Double-Wow! I am not as fortunate, blessed, as some persons. Though this was done due to my disability that was sustained by a car & pedestrian accident. Being I come from an extreme fixed income family; I might go with mixing equal parts of peanut butter and honey and put on crackers. As a child I was very interested – still am today – in experiments but now do most with computer language. In doing so my mother always inspired me to place honey on burns as it does promote healing.

    But its been unable to cure my most recent event; that caused by a car & pedestrian accident! The condition is known as RSD / CRPS and it has declined my option of working and attending school. But I make up for it by helping those that I am able to, to repair their computers, design web sites and images.

    • Darlene Jones

      K-Squared: You say you have a condition caused by an accident called RSD; could that be Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy…damage to some nerves? If so, I HAVE THAT ALSO! It was caused by a bullet wound under my left arm that i sustained in a car jacking attempt! (OH YES!! I’m TOTALLY BLESSED! I was actually shot 5 times, but to look at me you wouldnt know it!) The nerve damage caused me also not to be able to work because it burns and is sensitive to touch and heat and stress! This happened to me more than 15yrs ago, and i can tell u that it gets better with time (but will never go away all together). Hang in there! With GOD, ALL is POSSIBLE!

  • Diane K. Brimmer

    Wow! I am so glad you got to try pure raw honey. There’s nothing better. Try mixing equal parts of peanut butter and honey. Put that on your toast! Yummy! Did you know that they found honey in Pharo’s tomb and brought it back to universities to test and it was still wonderful. My husband had the privilege of actually getting to taste it. Course it was on the end of a tooth pick, so that more could be shared. Honey also promotes healing and in the burn clinics they place honey on the bandages and apply them to the wounds. 🙂

    • Connie Gruning

      Diane, I thought of you the entire time I was writing that review!! NOW I understand why you are Bee Keepers!! WOW!! It’s delicious!! I had no IDEA about Pharo’s tomb! WOW!! Ohhhh PBnHoney?!?! I’m IN!!!! I had no idea of about the healing in burn clinics! WOW!!

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