Wildflower Honey

Polyfloral honey, also known as wildflower honey, is derived from the nectar of many types of flowers. The taste may vary from year to year, and the aroma and the flavor can be more or less intense, depending on which bloomings are prevalent.

 

The great sweetness of our honey may be enjoyed in herbal tea, as a garnish in fresh salads, as a spread on whole grain bread or as a healthy substitute for refined sugar in recipes.