375 grams (13.22 oz)
Buckwheat was an important crop in the US from about 1930 to the 1960s, which has since faded from use, and buckwheat honey has become scarce in the US. Actually it is scarce everywhere.
A dark amber color, Buckwheat has a very strong, very distinct flavor.
Very molassess'ee and rich. And very liquidy and runny. A recent study has shown buckwheat honey to be more effective than over-the-counter cough syrup at treating childhood cough.
Try buckwheat on your oatmeal tomorrow instead of brown sugar. Your throat will be happy you did.
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