Ever wondered why different natural batches of the same brand of honey have different textures and even colours?
The magic is in the various factors such as rainfall, flowering conditions, and temperature during the different stages of the "supply chain". In addition, we do not meddle with the honey quality or look other than making sure that no pesticides or artificial chemicals are used. Hence, every batch of honey is a "pure work of art by nature".
Through our unique process of extraction and stirring for uniformity, crystallization occurs naturally. In winter, this effect of natural crystallization is even more obvious.
That is why you will see that our leatherwood honey in winter is so much more pleasing to the eyes!
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