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Our honey is not pasteurized or filtered. It is as pure and natural as it can be outside of the comb.

Stores on the Frontrange that sell our Colorado honey. All are fantastic places to shop please support them.

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A Taste of Denmark in Lakewood

Golds Corner Grocery in Wheatridge

The Marketplace in Lakewood

Golden Health Food in Golden

The Local Market in Golden

The Tea Shop


The reality is that the 2 things honey producers and packers do to keep honey form crystallizing are pasteurize it and filter it. Both processes remove and or ruin many if not all of the positive health benefits of what Mother Nature has created in Honey as the bees make it.
What is crystallization?
Crystallization or granulation is a natural process that occurs in honey. Honey is a supersaturated sugar solution out of which the glucose tends to crystallize. 

Can I prevent crystallization of my honey?
Storing your honey at room temperature will deter crystallization. Crystallization occurs most rapidly at cool temperatures (40º - 57ºF) therefore honey should never be stored in the refrigerator. 

My honey has crystallized. Do I need to throw it away?
No. Crystallization can be reversed by heating. The primary means to heat the honey to remove the crystals is to place the honey container in a warm water bath for a period of time to return the crystals to liquid.

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