Honey Lavender Absolute

Adam Michael has this to say “Honey lavender absolute is the result of bee hives planted around the edges of the lavender fields in France. The bees take the pollen from the lavender flowers and when these particular honeycombs are solvent extracted it results in a very fine smelling honey with a strong hint of fresh lavender that is very different in aroma to the beeswax absolute and acacia honey absolute we also offer.

Honey lavender absolute is of quite a thick consistency, similar to syrup but this liquid becomes very mobile with a little bit of warmth. I’d advise placing the bottle in a bowl of warm water for 10-15 minutes and then removing the integral dropper cap from the bottle to make it easier to work with.”

Botanical Name: Apis mellifera

Origin: France