How Creamed Honey Comes to BEE
Creamed honey is known by various names such as spun, creamed, whipped, or churned honey. Despite its many names, creamed honey does not contain any cream or dairy. In fact, nothing is added or taken away from the honey at all. Creamed honey is made by lowering the temperature of the honey which causes it to crystallize. Once the honey has formed crystals it is whipped or spun causing the large honey crystals to break down smaller resulting in smooth, creamy honey. Once honey has been creamed or spun, it will stay the same consistency and texture unless its temperature is dramatically altered.