Washington State’s premiere natural honey company - Anna’s Honey - produces varieties of gourmet honey featuring flavors derived from the Pacific Northwest floral honey plants. Anna’s Honey products contain no artificial preservatives or additives; only farm-fresh hive-ripened, 100% pure US Grade A honey.
The honey is delivered in barrels directly to our facility from the farms and we filter it at 200 microns which lets the natural pollens come through to give you a rich smooth texture. With over 30 years of experience, Anna’s believes that leaving the bee parts and wax remnants in the honey is detrimental to the purity of the product. The wax capping serves as a protective barrier from impurities getting into the honey. During production the wax capping is removed and melted down for beeswax. Most commercially processed honeys are heated to high temperatures that kill the natural enzymes in the honey. High heat also alters the flavor and fragrance of honey. Anna’s process does NOT include high temperatures.
Anna’s honey is carefully tested for purity and retains low moisture for a thicker consistency and nectar source. Anna’s Honey uses this process to give you a richer & creamier overall natural honey experience.
100% pure US Grade A
No artificial preservatives or additives
Average Customer Rating:
(7 Reviews) 7
(out of 7reviews)
Rating Snapshot(7 reviews)
6 of 7(86%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
"i ordered honey from different venders. anna's honey is the best of all-it's real raw honey. i have been ordering directly from the vender over the years in all flavors; i recently found out that costco carries anna' honey, which is much cheaper. i hope costco offers other flavors too, like blackberry and raspberry."
Cons: container is not right for the thick honey, putting it into a daily-use container is tuff
"I eschew store-bought honey because it is overprocessed to the extent that all traces of pollen have been removed. If you have ever had honey from the beekeeper, then you understand the fantastic taste of honey that has been properly treated to remove any solids but retain pollen. This honey is like honey you get from the beekeeper--superior in taste and quality and the pollen has been retained. Leave the honey in the stores, including COSTCO because their store honey is overprocessed, overheated, and pollen has been removed. Order this and enjoy honey the way it is suppose to taste. You will never go back to the over processed kind that has removed everything that honey is supposed to have. The only CON is that the container is a big wide mouthed bucket, the honey is very thick, and trying to pour it into a serviceable, everyday container is impossible w/o wasteage. Anna's Gourmet (truly) needs to try another type of container that will facilitate getting this delicious honey into something that can be used daily. The more containers you have to used to transfer the honey into something you can put on the table, the more of a loss of honey you have."
"I purchased this honey for my food storage last August as I use a lot of honey in baking. I have used about half of it and absolutely love the flavor of this honey. It is some of the best honey I have had in a long, long time. After 5 months of being opened and closed and in and out of the garage, it is just now starting to crystallize. The crystallization does not bother me as I just fill a pint jar and place it in a warm water bath to return it to its liquid state. This is the only honey I will purchase from now on."
"@ ReeltoReel Honey is good forever. It can crystallize but is still good, you just need to warm it slightly to smooth is out. While I have not tried this honey it seems a good value. Go price honey are your local honey farm. It's not corn syrup from China."
"The flavor of this honey is divine! I purchased one for use now and 3 more for long term storage. I would like to add some info on the EXP date printed on Honey... Honey stored in sealed containers can remain stable for decades and even centuries! However, honey is susceptible to physical and chemical changes during storage; it tends to darken and lose its aroma and flavor or crystallize. For practical purposes, the manufacturer prints a shelf life of two years. Hope this helps on the actual shelf life of honey."
"The expiration date on the honey I bought said 12/28/12 which is only a year and a half from now. Not what I would consider long term storage. I wrote to the company but I got no reply. I know honey will crystalize, and even though one can heat it up, it seems like it will re-crystalize faster after the first time it happens."
"Remember folks, you can't buy enough Honey, it stores FOREVER !!! And if it CRYSTALIZED way down the road, just heat it up. It doesn't go bad. Bee's on some older news cast said bees are being (no pun) effective by cell phone towers. So with lowering bee population I advise to STOCK UP WHILE YOU CAN....iI have not tried yet because I am saving for when I make homemade bread."