Clay for your SweetsHoney used to be the only means of sweetening food for a long time of European history. Sugar as we know today only became popular during the years of Renaissance. But given the fact that honey is somewhat hard and dangerous to produce this natural sweetener was highly valued and quite expensive. That's the reason why Romans took great care of their honey supplies. Covering them from bugs and sunlight. They usually used honey put made from clay. Just like the one at hand. They almost always came with a fitting lid to prevent insects or animals from contaminating the honey.
This pot is still a viable form of storing honey today! If you are planning on storing bigger amount of honey but do not want to have it prepackaged in glass or plastic containers then you should consider buying this practical and all natural honey pot!
It will serve you just as well as it did serve its masters 2000 years ago. Furthermore, you will have an easier time dosing your honey. It's way easier to take the desired amount of the golden sweetener out of this pot than to take it out of a squeeze bottle or a little glass jar.
Honey Pot Facts
- Height: 12,5 cm
- Width: 13 cm
- Length: 13 cm
- Weight: 1080 grams
- Handmade from clay
- Decorative and practical
- Does not come prefilled
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