Falling in between Clover and Buckwheat kinds of honey in taste, this raw honey is made from the various nectars of wildflowers. Due to the variety of nectars, this honey can have different flavors depending upon which wildflowers the bees harvested from and which season the flowers were in when they were visited by the bees.
In general, Spring and Summer honey is a light amber color, whereas the Fall and Winter varieties of Wildflower Raw honey are darker in color and contain more antioxidants.
This honey is raw, meaning that it is not pasteurized and comes to you in its most natural and direct from the hive state.
Origin: New Jersey