Five Unique Honey-Flavored NH Products

Just a spoonful of honey a day, if local, will fend off your summer allergies. Honey’s natural benefits, being high in antioxidants and additive-free natural goodness, make it a healthy alternative to sugar in a variety of condiments. Innovative New Hampshire small-batch producers bring you the following to take along on camping trips or as unique gifts for friends and loved ones this summer.





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The New Hampshire Honey Bee
138A Alstead Hill Rd.
(603) 354-8019

Cranberry Creamed Honey

 Raw honey whipped with just a hint of cranberry. Silky smooth and spreadable.

Smear on top of cream cheese on your toasted
bagel or on turkey sandwiches.


Moonlight Meadery
23 Londonderry Rd. #17
(603) 216-2162

Kurt’s Apple Pie Mead

A  celestial wine made from honey. Or should I say, an aphrodisiacal wine, as their tag line is “Romance by the glass.” Made with local apple cider, honey, and hits of vanilla and cinnamon. 2014 Gold Medal Winner at Mazer Cup International

Tours at the winery every day at 11 a.m. Only $5 to tour and taste four meads, cheese and crackers, and go home with a keepsake glass.


Unbridled Chocolates
135 Main St.
(603) 876-4700

Cinnamon Honey Buddha

The cutest little Buddha ever. Pop one in your mouth for an explosion of milk chocolate mixed with local honey and cinnamon. The owner of the shop, Alan Crofut, developed it for his mother who loves eating honey and cinnamon
by the spoonful.

Everything they make is organic and GMO-free. Besides handmade
chocolates, they serve brunch and breakfast.


Cheshire Garden
277 Burt Hill Rd.
(603) 239-4173

Lavender Mustard with Wildflower Honey

With a blend of organic whole and ground mustard seeds to produce a rustic look and feel, along with wildflower honey from a nearby orchard, plus lavender, this mustard exudes a Provençal flavor you’ll love.

 Try spreading it on your next ham sandwich or whisking a little it into
your vinaigrette.


Camp Mix
P.O. Box 595

Honey- Cinnamon Sugar

Another product on our list showcasing the superb blend of honey and cinnamon flavors. This one may even be better than traditional cinnamon sugar and it exudes a lovely aroma.

Excellent sprinkled on hot buttered toast, or on top of apple crisp or ham before baking them. Find it at Hannah Grimes in Keene.


Crooked Birch Kitchen
52 Dunbar St.
(603) 338-9121

 Orange Honey
Chipotle Dip & Grille

Sweet sauce made from oranges, honey, brown sugar, vinegar and chipotle peppers beautifully smothers grilled chicken for a summery BBQ.

Crooked Birch has a whole line of jams, jellies and specialty artisanal sauces made in Keene with local ingredients.



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