Pictured on the left:
10.7 oz. Wt. (8 fl. oz.) Mason Jar
These classy glass jars work best for re-liquifying honey that has crystalized.
On the right:
1.0 Lb. Wt (12 fl. oz) Inverted Plastic Squeeze Bottle
These less-mess plastic containers are great for kids (and many adults).
Please note that my honey is unheated and unprocessed: "raw." One main advantage of eating raw honey is that it best preserves the natural vitamins, enzymes, and other nutritional qualities that are diminished by the heating process involved with "processed" honey. The primary disadvantage of raw honey is that it will crystalize within a couple of months. This is a natural process and the honey will remain usable and safe for years and years. The crystallization process can be reversed (temporarily) with low, indirect heat. For the full spiel, feel free to ask me how to best re-liquify your honey.