Rosh Hashanah

Creamed Honey Company

 Sweeten Up Rosh Hashanah with  Palm Beach Creamed Honey

September 6 – 8, 2021

 Palm Beach Gardens, FL. June 10, 2021

Rosh Hashanah, literally the “head of the year,” is the Jewish New Year. It is a time of inner renewal and divine atonement. This year, Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on Monday, September 6. For those observing two days, it ends at sunset on Wednesday, September 8.

Ancient Jews believed apples had healing properties, and the honey signifies the hope that the new year will be sweet. Rosh Hashanah falls during National Honey Month, so it’s a great time to explore our new, gourmet, pure, raw, Kosher honey during your celebration. 

Up your honey game this year with Kosher-certified Palm Beach Creamed Honey. Through special processing in a regulated facility, this honey is silky, smooth, and spreadable with a creamy texture similar to that of butter, not drippy like regular honey. During the creaming process, the small-batch beekeepers at Palm Beach Creamed Honey add all-natural, ground, and freeze-dried fruits or spices to create unique blends of creamed honey in a variety of delicious flavors. Take a look at this pure raw, natural honey at Palm Beach Creamed Honey . You can quickly order at Amazon and have a nine-flavor gourmet gift set, or the creamed honey trio set, shipped directly to your home or any address in two days, or order the 12-oz jars in the flavors of your choice. Click Here for Amazon Link 

Here are a few tips on pairing Palm Beach Creamed Honey with a healthy choice of apples and Challah bread, a rich, traditional Jewish bread served to celebrate holidays.

  • Local honey. Purchasing local honey supports area beekeepers, bees, and crops. Palm Beach Creamed honey is based in South Florida on a thirteen-acre honey farm. We run over 900 beehives in Palm Beach County, Florida. The unique flora and fauna have been carefully selected, growing in natural areas, to provide the finest honey for your celebration.
  • Honey flights. Serve a progression of colors and flavors from light/mild to dark/intense. Chocolate, cinnamon, raspberry, and vanilla creamed honeys are excellent choices on Gala apples. Savory flavors, such as ginger/turmeric honey and chipotle creamed honey, are delicious on MacIntosh and Golden apples. For bold flavors with rich depth, try the sweet/spicy flavors of lime, habanero, and jalapeño with the Pink Lady or Red Delicious apples.
  • Challah bread is one of the most recognizable foods of Rosh Hashana. The golden, rich loaves are shaped into spirals that represent continuity. If you are baking Challah yourself, you can substitute creamed honey for sugar to make a beautiful, homemade braided challah. We suggest pure, cinnamon or lemon-flavored creamed honey as an optimal choice. Recipes abound on the internet, so be adventurous as you celebrate the New Year. Even if you aren’t a baker, your local kosher bakery Challah pairs perfectly with Palm Beach Creamed Honey to dip and celebrate.

Gift Sets of Kosher Creamed Honey.

It is a long-held Jewish practice to send Shana Tova greetings to friends and family, wishing them a sweet and prosperous new year. Aside from the 9-flavor gift set, Palm Beach Creamed Honey also comes in unique flavors in individual 12-oz jars and in a trio gift set of flavors, all certified Kosher. Amazon will ship free with prime to any address in the USA. Of course, it’s not obligatory to bring or send a gift for the Rosh Hashanah holiday, but it’s a thoughtful gesture that will undoubtedly be appreciated and enjoyed as you ring in the New Year. L’Shana Tova!

About Palm Beach Creamed Honey

As a family-owned, small business, Al and Sierra are a well-known, trusted beekeeping duo in South Florida. They are dedicated to their bees and ethical beekeeping practices and create wholesome, natural, and delicious creamed honey products on their 13-acre farm nestled in a country setting. Raw honey has natural, anti-microbial properties and is a natural preservative when no moisture is added. We keep these key benefits intact. With lids on at room temperature, it should last forever.

Media Contact: Enid Atwater


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