These specialty honeys comes from the Teton Valley regions of Idaho.
The difference between these two-delicious honey’s is not found in the level of sweetness but in the flavors.
Wildflower honey is made by bees that have collected nectar from a local source of wildflowers. The taste and composition of wildflower honey can vary depending upon the variety of flowers in bloom at the time the honey is made.
Our wildflower is a slightly darker honey, but can vary with each year’s blooms. Wildflower honey is light and fruity yet richly flavored at the same time. The mild floral flavor and sweetness of wildflower honey make it a popular sweetener for hot or cold tea. You can use it to sweeten other beverages, such as coffee, as well. Try drizzling golden wildflower honey on top of pancakes or waffles instead of maple syrup or using it on muffins and biscuits instead of jam.
Straight from the hive to your home, our clover honey has a sweet, flowery flavor and a pleasing mild, and very sweet taste.
Its aroma is delicate, sweet, and flowery with hints of freshly cut grass or hay.
Tastes great in oatmeal, tea, or any number of recipes where you would like to add the sweet and natural flavors of clover honey. Check out some of our great recipes under the recipes tab.
Did you know?
Clover and Wildflower honey are the two most common kinds of honey produced.
Eating either clover or wildflower honey from the area local to you may help to decrease the symptoms of seasonal allergies caused by the pollen in your region.