As a smooth solid, Creamed Honey will remain at a stable consistency at room temperature. Refrigeration of Creamed Honey is best but not necessary, however exposing Creamed Honey to excessive heat may cause it to liquefy and return to a runny honey state. (It will look like it’s separating).
In warmer climates, refrigerating Creamed Honey will help keep your jar a spreadable solid. In cooler climates, store Creamed Honey in a cool location such as a pantry or cupboard. This will keep the jar in a peanut paste-like state, allowing for an easier, spreadable use.
At Mount Richon Honey we store our Creamed Honey in the fridge.