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Basic LEVO Honey Infusion

The rumors are true–the LEVO can infuse your favorite sweet treat, honey!

While our device makes it super simple, there are a few things to note about the process to avoid burning it. The most important aspect of honey processing is maintaining quality. To keep the nutrients in honey, and avoid burning or damaging, the heating process needs to be carefully controlled and regulated. In order to liquefy honey, it is best to heat at a lower infusing temperature no more than 105°F. Be sure to maintain a low temperature to maintain flavor, aroma and that beautiful honey color. If you’re ready to give it a go, check out our easy herbal infusion steps below.

Basic LEVO Honey Infusion

1. Pack LEVO Herb Pod with your botanical of choice. Use fresh herbs or coarsely ground dried herbs. Too finely ground and your herb will seep through into your infusion, so grind just enough to increase surface area and maximize infusion.*

*For special ingredients, make sure to use the Activate cycle prior to infusing!

2. Add LEVO Herb Pod into the reservoir.

3. Measure 16 oz (2 cups) of honey. Make sure you use viscous honey. Note: Viscosity is the measure of the resistance of a fluid to flow, so honey you find in the bear bottles work great! Creamed honey- not so much.

4. Scoop the honey into your LEVO reservoir and close the lid.

5. Set your LEVO to 105°F and infuse for 30-120 minutes, depending on your herb choice. Use our time and temperature calculator to be precise.

6. While the honey is still warm, dispense your infusion into an airtight container. We love reusable glass jars. Use your Herb Press to dispense efficiently and get every last drop.

7. Keep your honey infusion in your pantry. Or, for maximum freshness, keep your infusions organized and accessible by pouring them into freezer-safe Herb Blocks.

8. For any recipe needing a touch of honey, add the flavor and benefits of herbs with LEVO infused honey.

Share what you make with @LEVO_Oil and be sure to tag it as #LEVOmade.

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