Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Celebrate the Sweet Life

Celebrate the sweet life with our new 1000 Flowers Honey. Rosh Hashanah is September 29, and one of the most popular food traditions of this holiday is dipping apples in honey. Eating this sweet treat is a way of expressing hope for a sweet New Year.

Our new 1000 Flowers Honey, by Bernard Michaud, is made from an age-old recipe. Infused with the flavors of flowers throughout the Pyrenees, this honey is the most sublime honey I’ve ever tasted. Bernard Michaud is a family owned business, devoted to the art of bee keeping and transforming the sweet nectar of bees into pure gourmet goodness. Lightly scented with flavors such as acacia, lavender and orange, the 1000 Flowers Honey is 100% natural-nothing added, nothing taken away. Honey lovers will delight in this artfully crafted treat. Packaged in a reusable decorative pail, this honey makes a beautiful gift for this Rosh Hashanah or for anyone that enjoys a memorable treat.