Whether you have someone on your gift list who loves honey or are just looking for a sweet gift for yourself, these gifts for honey lovers will be sure to get everyone buzzing. From exotic honey to honey lozenges to cute honey pots, there’s something for everyone.
Every kitchen looks a little more stylish with some Le Creuset stoneware in it, and the Le Creuset Stoneware 16-Ounce Honey Pot is especially charming. Fill it up with honey and use it to serve honey to family and friends.
The pot can be placed right in the oven or microwave to warm up the honey for serving.
A smaller honey pot option is the Mini Honey Pot and Dipper. The dipper is decorated with a cute bee at its tip and the jar is decorated with flowers and bees and the words honey and miel, which means honey in French.
The jar is petite, about the size of a tennis ball, and is especially fun for small children who like to dish out their own honey. If you’re looking for a large honey pot to hold more, then the Le Creuset 16-Ounce Honey Pot would probably be a better bet. Of course, they’ll both look great on the kitchen counter!
Whether the honey lover on your list has tried Manuka honey or not, they are sure to love Wedderspoon Raw Organic Manuka Honey Active 16+, 17.6-Ounce Jar. It is the highest rated Manuka honey on Amazon. People rave about its health benefits, its flavor, and its quality.
If your gift recipient has never heard about the benefits of Manuka, point them to our 12 Health Benefits of Manuka Honey article.
For the honey lover who needs a portable option, Floral Honeystix, made of 100% Wildflower Honey, are both convenient and fun. Stick a few in a bag and have 100% natural honey ready for tea and coffee in restaurants or eat them by themselves for a quick, natural, sweet snack. There’s about a teaspoon of honey in each stick.
These are also a fun snack for kids and would make great stocking stuffers.
A fun item for kids’ tea parties and any adult with a whimsical style, the Honey Bee Ceramic Teapot is sure to bring smiles to your gift recipient. Who wouldn’t love to pour tea out of this cute teapot and then add a bit of honey with one of the honey pots on this list?
It is hand-painted ceramic, holds 48 ounces, and comes in a gift box for easy giving.
The Norpro Honey Dispenser is a practical, convenient way to dispense honey. It is made of glass with a base and has a pretty honeycomb relief design. With just a push of the lever, it drizzles honey onto your food or into your drinks without a mess or drips.
It holds a cup of honey. To warm up and liquify the honey, just run the glass under warm water before dispensing and/or fill the base with warm water and set the dispenser in the base to keep the honey warm.
This sleek and stylish Honey Spoon would make a great addition to any honey lover’s kitchen. It is made of stainless steel and is designed to rest on the edge of a honey jar or cup. The handle is long to make it easier to dip into deep jars.
The spoon is also great for serving jam, sugar, and spices.
Ever since I discovered Wedderspoon Organic Manuka Honey Lozenges with Lemon and Bee Propolis, I’ve been recommending them to everyone I know. They’re the perfect thing for sore throats, colds, and for when you need a sweet but healthy treat. They’re great to have on hand in the winter months when bugs are common.
Give the healing gift of these lozenges or choose one of their other flavors, Manuka Honey Lozenges with Eucalyptus and Bee Propolis and Manuka Lozenges with Ground Ginger and Echinacea 4 Ounces. Better yet, gift someone with a set of all three flavors!
This Manuka Honey and Propolis Soap Set would be a great addition to a gift basket or stocking. Your favorite honey lover or natural beauty enthusiast will be thrilled with these two 4.93 oz bars that contain manuka honey and propolis.
This soap cleanses, moisturizes, soothes, and is great for sensitive skin. Buy the set of two for someone or give one away and keep one for yourself!
If you think someone on your gift list might be interested in the health benefits of honey, they will definitely appreciate The Healing Powers of Honey by Cal Orey, a comprehensive book on just what the title says … the healing powers of honey.
It includes home remedies, research, facts, history, and lots of other honey tidbits that make for great reading. It is available in both paperback and Kindle versions.