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Jewish Recipes --> Kosher Food --> Kosher Honey Product of Israel

$9.99
Kosher - 100% Pure Honey
Jordan River Siziphus Bloom
Honey
Kosher for Passover
Product of Israel - 250 G

JORDAN RIVER SIZIPHUS BLOSSOM HONEY

Springing up along the banks of the RIVER JORDAN, in a place where so many have walked, grows the Siziphus Blossom. With its magnetic beauty, the Siziphus draws the finest of honey bees to its sweet nectar.

With an almost crystal clear hue, this honey transfixes the eyes and heightens the senses.

It is a truly delightful experience. Perhaps the waters of the RIVER JORDAN which give the Siziphus Blossom its special qualities.

The Torah contains many references to honey.

The book of Exodus famously describes the Promised Land as a 'land flowing with milk and honey' (33:3). However, the claim has been advanced that the original Hebrew (devash) actually refers to the sweet syrup produced from the juice of the date.

In The Book of Judges, Samson found a swarm of bees and honey in the carcass of a lion (14:8).

In Jewish tradition, honey is a symbol for the new year Rosh Hashanah.

At the traditional meal for that holiday, apple slices are dipped in honey and eaten to bring a sweet new year. Some Rosh Hashana greetings show honey and an apple, symbolizing the feast.

In some congregations, small straws of honey are given out to usher in the new year.

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