I usually get my honey direct from the hive of a local producer. The Tesco clear honey does not taste or smell anything like natural honey! The label states that it is “made naturally from flower nectar collected by honey bees”. Is this cleverly worded to mean that it is made merely from the same flower nectar which the bees collect but the honey is not produced by bees?
Not honey, tastes adulterated
I usually always go for the own brand over named brand but this is vile tasting and an odd consistency compared to competing stores. Never again.
good for daily
good for daily
Is this pure honey? I always buy it but read in t
Is this pure honey? I always buy it but read in the daily papers this week that it was made from corn syrup and it was going to be taken off the shelves!
get this rubbish off the shelves
Is this honey or corn syrup?
Tastes like corn syrup. No honey flavour whatsoever.
Does honey contain rice or is it pure honey
Does honey contain rice in any of honey products
Okay for Cooking but not great on flavour
blended honey which tastes very syrupy and not much flavour. Okay for cooking.
good everyday honey perfect with porridge
Hav e been buying this for a few years and no complaints
Honey is honey
I bought Tesco clear honey because it was good value for money....but tastes heavenly....the way honey should...I add it to sweeten herbal teas and add it to my Greek style yoghurt ....or when my throat is sore a spoonful of honey ,this honey is lovely and sweet ...it's a winner for me....