Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey Review and Giveaway

It’s no secret that I’m a fan of sweet things. I mean, I really try to limit myself from processed sugar as much as possible, so I try to occasionally use honey as a sweetener in my coffee, lemonade, smoothies, chia seed pudding, and other recipes. But the problem is that until a few months ago, I only bought honey in the little bear container from the supermarket. Let me clarify a little on that. I was buying filtered, highly-processed honey that probably came from bees that were allowed to pollinate on genetically-modified plants. Now, I’ve had raw honey in the past, but I got the feeling that I hadn’t really gotten a taste of the “good stuff” until Tropical Traditions sent me a sample of their organic raw honey to review. 

Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey Review and Giveaway

Let me start out by saying that I love honey. I love how fresh it tastes, the way it tingles in my mouth, and most of all, how pure it tastes. When I tasted a small (read: reaaally tiny) spoonful of the Tropical Traditions Organic Canadian Raw Honey, I was immediately overcome with emotions that I’ve never felt about any other honey or sugar. Regular honey is very liquid yet thick, but this honey is so smooth, creamy, and incredibly luscious. For the next few nights, I think I may have to lock it up in a safe so I don’t feel tempted to eat spoon after spoon of it in the middle of the night. 

Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey Review and Giveaway

Tropical Traditions Organic Canadian Raw Honey Giveaway

If you don’t feel like going through the fun of entering the giveaway to get some organic raw honey from Tropical Traditions, you can always buy some from their website. You can purchase either the 17.6 ounce jar (which is what I’m giving away) or the 15 pound food grade bucket. Also, if you’ve never purchased from Tropical Traditions before, and you purchase your honey through any of the other links in this post, you’ll receive a FREE copy of the Virgin Coconut Oil Book from Tropical Traditions and I’ll receive a discount coupon for referring you. It’s a win-win situation!

One lucky person will win a 17.6 oz jar of Tropical Traditions Organic Canadian Raw Honey (product details here). Giveaway is open to residents of the United States and Canada that are at least 18 years of age. The giveaway will end and the winner will be selected on July 18th at 12:00 A.M. Winner will be announced the morning of July 19th.

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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. All opinions are my own. Links may be affiliate links, meaning that I may receive a small commission if you choose to purchase something through that link. Natural Chow thanks you for your support!


  1. Carolsue says

    I like the taste, of course; I most like it because when I put it in hot tea, it helps my sore throat.

  2. Jerry Cartwright says

    I like it because it’s so much better for you than store bought processed honey. I’ve always heard that natural honey, especially local honey can help you with certain allergies.

  3. marnie ward says

    What I like most about raw honey is that you can use it or put it in just about anything and will everything taste incredible. Nothing beats raw honey.

  4. says

    I like that there is actual nutrition in honey, one of the few sweeteners that do. I like getting honey from reputable sources as I’ve heard that some of the honey on grocery store shelves is actually colored corn syrup. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  5. Tatiana H says

    Honey on my face after a good scrub. Honey in my tea and oatmeal. Honey in my smoothies and salad dressings!

  6. says

    I love that raw honey helps my family and I with our seasonal allergies, boosts our immune systems, and that by purchasing it we are ensuring that there continues to be a vibrant beekeeping community, especially when bees are becoming so endangered, and we must help them survive or crops, gardens and trees will no longer survive!

  7. Jena Carr says

    I have been reading up on beekeeping, and bees. I hope to someday keep these amazing creatures. Honey is truly wonderful. To me it’s like gold. It’s full of wonderful stuff! Pollen, propolis, enzymes, just to name a few. All beneficial to the human body!

  8. Fluffymilk says

    I’ve been trying to find a good source of honey, do you know where it comes from? Like the kind of plants? Thanks:)


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