29 Year Old Honey

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29 Year Old Honey

Post by Name_not_found » Thu Mar 21, 2013 8:06 pm

Here is another item i dug up during sandy.

Clover honey
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Expired in 1985, assuming 1 year life it was "made" in 1984.
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At first there was no liquid, it had completely crystallized.
When i took these pics it had melted some from being on the counter
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Best honey i have ever tasted it was amazing even better than it was 20 some odd years ago
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Re: 29 Year Old Honey

Post by Bypah » Sun Mar 31, 2013 2:24 am

Honey is the only natural food that never goes bad, IF is pure natural honey not mixed with any other sweetener.. :wink:
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Re: 29 Year Old Honey

Post by Name_not_found » Sun Mar 31, 2013 7:56 am

With the way this tastes, im considering getting a bucket to let sit and age

The flavor has really enhanced over time, almost like how wine ages.
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Re: 29 Year Old Honey

Post by Stef » Sun Mar 31, 2013 1:41 pm

Hi,
I've heard about honey found by locals in a pre-columbian grave and it was still ok some 500 years later!
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Re: 29 Year Old Honey

Post by Name_not_found » Mon Apr 01, 2013 2:36 pm

Stef wrote:Hi,
I've heard about honey found by locals in a pre-columbian grave and it was still ok some 500 years later!
500 year old wild flower honey sounds amazing, i would love to try some.

Is anyone an archeologist? :mrgreen:
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