Wildflower honey is created when bees forage the nectar of various wildflower blossoms, trees + shrubs. The busy bees return to their hive to combine all these nectars and give us this delicious, hearty + full bodied golden decadence in a jar.
Wildflower Honey is deeply rich in flavor and is not as sweet as Clover Honey. It is the preferred honey for cooking and baking but can also be drizzled on fresh fruit, yogurt, ice-cream + cheeses.
DetailsDid you know that Honeybees are the only insect that produces food for humans?
Do not feed honey to infants under one year of age