Blossomology Organic Honey
Certified organic honey made by hardworking bees and beautiful flowers of Brazil.
If organic was easy, everyone would do it.
Getting an organic seal of approval is a complex process, but we wanted to provide our customers a true organic honey option anyway. Certified by Quality Assurance International (QAI), we invite you to enjoy our pure honey that somehow found a way to be a little more pure.
Great flavors working together.
When you pair organic honey with the right recipes, the nuanced flavors of both the honey and the dish are brought to full bloom.All Recipes
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of organic honey?
Most certified-organic honey comes from outside the U.S. and follows the organic livestock standards. In order for honey to be considered “organic honey,” the bees must only get nectar from flowers that have not been sprayed with chemicals. Sioux Honey’s Blossomology comes from bees and beekeepers in Brazil, and every ounce of Blossomology honey is certified by Quality Assurance International (QAI) to ensure you are truly getting an organic product.
Why does Sioux Honey source its organic honey from Brazil?
Brazil produces some of the highest-quality honey in the world. This is in large part due to its massive floral source, which contains various colors and flavors. Plus, there is an absence of antibiotics and pesticides, making it certifiable in the organic arena. So, basically put, we choose the best for our customers when it comes to our organic Blossomology honey.
How do I substitute honey for sugar?
When substituting honey for granulated sugar in recipes, begin by substituting honey for up to half of the sugar called for in the recipe. For baked goods, make sure to reduce the oven temperature by 25°F to prevent overbrowning; reduce any liquid called for by 1/4 cup for each cup of honey used and add 1/2 teaspoon baking soda for each cup of honey used. Because of its high fructose content, honey has higher sweetening power than sugar. This means you can use less honey than sugar to achieve the desired sweetness.