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Paul Cronshaw
(beemancron) - F

Locale: Southwest US
Packing honey on 07/27/2010 18:16:07 MDT Print View

Looking for different ways to carry honey on multiple day trips.

The Beeman

Joe Cangelosi
(JoeFish) - F

Locale: All Over California
Re: Packing honey on 07/27/2010 18:20:54 MDT Print View

I'm sure someone will suggest those little individual packets of BS honey, but if you actually keep bees or have access to the good stuff (like from my father in law) a 2 oz squeeze bottle packs plenty for a shorter trip. Get the kind with the little spout that pops up in the center so it's easy to lick clean.

I alternate honey with Justin's almond butter packets to liven up my special "lunch" clif bar :-)

Sarah Kirkconnell
(sarbar) - F

Locale: In the shadow of Mt. Rainier
Re: Packing honey on 07/28/2010 08:33:43 MDT Print View

Both ways Joe mentions work great. Packets are good for single use - like in a cup of tea or on a tortilla but yeah, if you like a lot take a squeeze bottle.

Also, dry honey powder can be found. Not quite as good though tasting but very convenient!

adam blanton
(adamallstar) - MLife

Locale: Central Texas
honees on 07/28/2010 08:55:04 MDT Print View

Not sure how much you're looking to carry or how you plan on using it, there is a really good candy called Honees that is like a hard candy with honey on the inside. You can find them on amazon or if there is a world market store nearby.

I'd think they would dissolve really well in a hot beverage or in some warm oatmeal. mmmm