Tropical Traditions Raw Organic Honey: Review & Giveaway!

{The giveaway has ended: Congratulations to Shannon #83.} In our quest to buy and eat mostly organic and natural foods, I can't tell you enough how excited I was that Tropical Traditions recently sent me their Organic Raw Honey to review.

Here's what their website has to say about their Raw Organic honey:

Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey comes from the frontier areas of Canada, and is only harvested during a 6-week period in the summer. Tropical Traditions is the exclusive source of this premium organic honey in the U.S. Most commercial honeys available on the market today come from bee farms, where the bees are controlled within a certain area and get their pollen from usually only one kind of flower. Many of the plants that produce these flowers (clover, orange blossom, etc.) are grown with pesticides and fertilizers as well. In addition, almost all honeys on the market are pasteurized in high heat and filtered, removing many of the beneficial nutrients and enzymes.

Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey has not been subjected to the heat of processing, only warmed enough to flow (same temperatures the honey would see inside the hive). We select only premium honey that is pure, smooth and creamy, with the consistency of soft margarine at harvest. It contains live yeast and enzymes, because it has not been processed. It also contains pollen because it has not been filtered—merely screened.

Fine textured crystals are characteristic of totally pure, unheated, unprocessed, raw honey. Properly crystallized honey has a fine, smooth texture. Crystallized honey preserves natural goodness and doesn’t drip. The more rapidly honey crystallizes the finer the texture will be. It will also turn harder over time as it crystallizes. Truly raw honeys do not deteriorate with age, but like fine wines, continue to age and develop into more complex tastes.

My family absolutely loved it! In fact, my kids stole the jar from the pantry while I wasn't looking and ate it with a spoon! They reminded me of cubs, going after fresh honey.

This is the first time I've used raw honey, and I liked it. It was so yummy and honey tasting. Aside from the spoon eating, we used this honey in a variety of places.

I've been making my own grass-fed yogurt and adding just a hint of honey to get my children used to plain yogurt. I really appreciated the ability to add natural, unprocessed honey to their yogurt. I also used in granola bars and this apple/strawberry crisp.
I replaced the sugar in my recipe with half the amount of raw honey and it was awesome. In fact, I made this apple strawberry crisp with a couple Tropical Traditions products. I used their organic shredded coconut, organic hard spring wheat berries (ground them myself), and of course the organic raw honey. I also used organic apples. If my butter, cinnamon, and frozen berries would have been organic, I would have had an entirely organic treat.

Would you like to try Tropical Traditions Raw Organic honey for yourself? Tropical Traditions is giving a Jar to one Suburban Jungle reader.

To Enter: Subscribe to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter. Come back and leave me a comment that you signed up.

Extra Entries:
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3 Extra Entries for tweeting about this contest. (include @suburbanjung in your tweet)
1 Extra Entry for telling me what you'd do with this yum-o honey
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1 Extra Entry for following @troptraditions on twitter

This contest will end on 3/10/10 at 9:00 PM EST. The winner will be selected by random.org, posted here, and notified by email. No compensation was given for this review. I did receive a jar of honey for review. All opinions are my own. Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.

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Hil'Lesha said...

I subscribed to their newsletter. :)

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wacki04 said...

New follower via Twitter from MBC and FFF! Hope you can return the favor :)

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

subscribed

Candid Whisperer said...

I've subscribed to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter. Kinda interesting ;-)

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Candid Whisperer said...

I've added myself under google friends.

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Candid Whisperer said...

I read that unprocessed honey has good enzymes for health. I think I'll use this on pancakes and oats. Also, hubby is having throat irritation. it'll be great to have a jar for him :-)

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Tes283 said...

Great company, so already subscribed to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter.

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Carrie said...

I signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter.

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Carrie said...

We love raw honey. I use it in baking, especially in snacks like muffins and granola bars. It holds everything together. Plus, if you put a few drops of lemon extract in it, you can spread it on crackers and they taste like lemon cookies. :)

Tes283 said...

With honey this rare and pure, I would eat it in small droplets straight when I had a hankering. Use a teaspoon as cough remedy. Or use to stop hiccups.
Thank you again.

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thaeter7 said...

I have signed up for tropical traditions newsletter
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thaeter7 said...

I would spread this honey on hot toasted crumpets!
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Nikki said...

I signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter! :)

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Pyrenees Honey said...

I also recommend raw honey from pyrenees honey. I use it on my skin to help with eczema and put it in my smoothies - its the best I ever tasted.

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I've subscribed to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter

Anonymous said...

I am a newsletter subscriber and LOVE Tropical Traditions!

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llinda29 said...

email address is already registered

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Theron said...

I'm subscribed...

I'd like to combine Tropical Traditions Shredded Coconut with their Raw Organic Honey to make gluten free Coconut Macaroons.

Hope to win!

Anonymous said...

I am already subscribed to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter. HOT Cherry Topping for Icecream or poundcake: Pour 1 can of unsweetened cherries in water into saucepan, add 1 large Tablespoon Raw Honey, 1/4tsp nutmeg and 1/2 tsp. Cinnamon, simmer until honey melts, add a few drops of hotsauce, bring to boil, take off heat. writer61@yahoo.com

Heidi said...

I am already subscribed to the Tropical Traditions newsletter.
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Heidi said...

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Bridget said...

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Bridget said...

I'd put the honey in raw truffles!

409cope said...

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409cope said...

I would use this honey on toast and for bakiing in stead of sugar. cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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David Johnson said...

I'm signed up, thanks.

Laureen said...

I subscribed to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter.

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Laureen said...

I would put a tad of the honey on the sides of each of my daughters' hot cereal bowls. They often eat steel cut oats, amaranth or buckwheat and are satisfied with just a little (1/4 tsp) honey to eat with it. I'd also use it to make their occasional peanut butter and honey sandwiches.

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ChelseaF said...

I am subscribed to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter.

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Heidi said...

I tweeted.
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Heidi said...

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Heidi said...

I tweeted.
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Heidi said...

I would use this in my baking, sweet tea, granola, yogurt, so many things!
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Heidi said...

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Bacallsmom said...

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Bacallsmom said...

I would use this honey on my peanut butter sandwiches. I LOVE raw honey!

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Anonymous said...

My son loves honey,and I am a firmer believer that it prevents deseases, infections and strengthens immune system. Would love to win this

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Tosha said...

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amanda said...

i'd put this on peanut butter and honey sandwiches : )
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Jennifer T. said...

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Jennifer T. said...

If I won, I'd slather some on cornmeal biscuits.

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Heidi said...

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Shannon said...

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Shannon said...

I would make granola bars
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Diane said...

I just subscribed to the newsletter!

The Bookworm said...

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I would use it in my homemade bread.

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amy2 said...

I love to use honey in baking as a natural sweetener. : )

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I signed up for the newsletter! I would love to spread this honey on some homemade bread! yum...

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I would use this everyday- I would put it in my cereal, oatmeal, tea and coffee
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Katie said...

I would use this honey (among other ways) in this awesome rice pudding I make with raisins, figs and dates.

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I would use this honey in my tea
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Maureen Keim said...

Hi,I would use the honey to put on warm whole wheat bread,yummy,,,my e-mail is keimraymond@yahoo.com Thank-you!!

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I subscribed.

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I would make granola with the honey!

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Jennie said...

I would make granola and use it in tea

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HouseofMsMyTPen said...

subscribed and tweeted. i'd definitely have this on oven fried chicken drizzled together with hot sauce.

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I subscribe to tropical traditions newsletter.

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daer0n said...

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Sheri said...

i'm already signed up for tt's newsletter for an entry, thanks,

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Sheri said...

instead of telling you what i would do with tt's honey, i'll tell ya what i did do with it just a few hours ago. we made cinnamon butternut squash pancakes and put ghee and tt's amazing raw honey on top. so good...

i love so many of tt's products!

sheri

Me Me said...

I am already signed up for tt's newsletter for an entry,

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Me Me said...

I would love to use it and some bee pollen and make some old fashioned bee pollen candies...

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Lisa said...

I'd smear this guilt free honey on a hot muffin and enjoy with my coffee!

kelli said...

Just subscribed!

kelli said...

I would use this wonderful sounding honey in my homemade honey wheat bread, granola bars, steel cut oats, on toast, to caramelize onions, etc, etc, etc.

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Sheila said...

I'd use this honey in yogurt and in my bread recipes!
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Blogged about it entry #2!

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we would put the honey in our oatmeal, maybe spread it on some biscuits or just eat it off the spoon!

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Miss Hannah Grace said...

Aw very nice and cool! Thank you for sharing this wonderful giveaway, I would love to win this!

you can give me a email if i win at amanda@superangelsblog.com. thank you!
Love,
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Cindy said...

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Cindy said...

I used to make bran muffins with honey instead of sugar. Maybe it's time to make them again with raw honey...hubby would be happy!

Rosie said...

I love the raw honey. I am going to try it on the shrimp with coconut soon. I can always use a jar of the honey. It is good in coffee, tea, hot chocolate, too. Hope this gets to you.

Rosie said...

I have already subscribe to the TT newsletter.
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I am already subscribed to Tropical Traditions.
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lighttraveler said...

1. I blogged about this giveaway.
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I would stir it into my tea.

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