12 ounce – Macadamia Nut Honey
Macadamia Nut Honey is one of the most desired honeys and is a Big Island favorite. It is a deep amber colored honey that is flavorful, bold, rich, and nutty like the macadamia nut itself.? The caramel nutty flavor is a fantastic honey to use in coffee or baking.
Macadamia Nut Honey
Hawaiian Macadamia Nut Honey, raw, straight from the hive. This Big Island favorite comes from the nectar of the Macadamia Nut flowers. It is a deep amber colored honey that is flavorful, bold, rich, and nutty like the macadamia nut itself. This is one of Hawaii’s strongest and darkest honey. The Macadamia Nut honey is a popular varietal honey with both locals and visitors alike. If you enjoy this honey, quantities are limited and we sells out every year. In Pahala, there is a small period of time when the Macadamia Nut tree bloom along with the Ohia-Lehua. We separate this floral nutty honey and provide it as Pahala Wild Flower Honey.
The History of the Macadamia Nut in Hawaii
The Macadamia nut is also called bush nut, maroochi nut, bauple nut and Queensland nut. It is also known as the Hawaii nut because these trees were first commercially grown in Hawaii. The main reason why Macadamia nuts are so expensive is that it takes much longer for the trees to bear fruit. If you grow the tree from seed, you’ll have to wait four or five years for the first harvest.
The Big Island of Hawaii is still one of the world’s largest producers of macadamia nuts and was once known as the macadamia nut capital of the world, growing 90 percent of the world’s macadamia nuts. The macadamia nut tree is not native to Hawaii. It was not until 1882 that the tree was first planted in Hawaii near in Kapulena on the Big Island of Hawaii. Macadamia trees are native to Australia, but grow surprisingly well in certain temperate zones.
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