Recipe For Infused Honey

I sell the most delicious honey from a boutique bee keeper in Wellington. I was inspired by Carey when she posted about Rooibos Syrup and Marisa when she mentioned a few interesting flavour combinations, including cinnamon and star anise, to spice up your breakfast.

Infused Honey
Infused Honey

Infused Honey
 
Ingredients
  • a jar of honey
  • a 'permanent' tea bag (one you use for loose leaf tea)
  • the flavour you want to infuse - I have done lavender, ginger and lime, cinnamon
Method
  1. place your flavour into the tea bag
  2. put the tea bag into a glass jar
  3. cover with honey
  4. cover the jar with some press and seal or cling wrap
  5. allow to stand for a week on a windowsill that get sunlight
  6. remove the tea bag - and enjoy!
My Notes
my next flavour combinations - star anise and cinnamon, lemon

Click on the links for conversions and notes.

Lavender and Lime Signature

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  1. I was searching this and came across your method…brilliant. Going to do some lavender infused honey as gift favors for my wedding!!!

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    1. of, that is so great! Did this come up on a google search? My lavender bush was just ready for harvesting when the wind killed it 🙁 Have a lovely day xxx

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  2. Ooh, I like this idea, my husband enjoys honey and loves ginger and lime, perfect.
    Friday greets to Dave.

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    1. the ginger and lime is awesome with my rooibos tea – Friday greets back 🙂

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  3. Very clever! Will be trying this for sure.

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    1. let me know which flavours you do 🙂

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