Thyme honey is a very special honey collected during Summer exclusively in the rocky and dry eastern Peloponnese and considered as one of Greece’s finest. Golden in colour, this strong, intensely aromatic honey rests in resinous, herbal, savoury flavours that is reminiscent of tropical fruits and dates. Thyme honey is known to have rigorous and anti-septic properties, offers long life and wellness.
How to Decrystallise Honey
1) Hot Water
Use a pan or stainless steel pot. Place the closed jar of honey in the pot and fill it up with hot (not boiling!) water up to where the honey is in the jar. Wait until the water is cool. Subjecting honey to too much heat would destroy its live enzymes. Lift the jar out of the pan of water and stir. If there are still crystals in the honey, repeat the process. When the honey is liquid, use as you normally would.
2) In A Slow Cooker
Place open jars of honey in your slow cooker and leave on low for 8 hours or so. No water is necessary, you can do this dry. Leave the honey in the slow cooker for longer if there are still honey crystals present.
Don’t Microwave Crystallized Honey!