Wildflower Honey

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Light amber in color and is very sweet and robust. This wildflower is produced by placing hives in prairies and grasslands where bees have access to a wide variety of wild plants. The honey is naturally blended by the bees as they visit many different nectar sources. Unpasteurized, heated to less than 132° F, and strained through a coarse filter.

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SKU 2232, 41755

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
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tim b.
Wildflower honey

As always,prompt and exceptional delivery,well packaged and great product.

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Shannon A.
Interesting characteristics

I normally use local wildflower honey in my meads, which is a lot lighter in color. That generally creates a very light floral tasting mead that blends easily with other flavors. When first opening this honey, I thought I made a mistake because he didn’t smell like the honey I’m used to. It looks like buckwheat honey but has a flavor of its own- kind of malty. I actually rechecked my order multiple times to make sure I didn’t order something else by mistake. I brewed a dandelion mead which is currently clearing up in the second rack. So far, it tastes delicious- the honey characteristics came through with the dandelion. It is a little bitter but I’m hoping it’ll mellow out as it ages. I didn’t use any of the green from the flowers, just the petals, so I know the bitterness isn’t from that. I’m crossing my fingers for a successful bottling experience in a couple of months.

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Rick M.
Great kit

Great kit great honey. My second batch of mead great company great product.

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Cynthia M.

Wildflower Honey

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Phillip H.
It's honey

And it's good.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
89%
(16)
11%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
t
tim b.
Wildflower honey

As always,prompt and exceptional delivery,well packaged and great product.

S
Shannon A.
Interesting characteristics

I normally use local wildflower honey in my meads, which is a lot lighter in color. That generally creates a very light floral tasting mead that blends easily with other flavors. When first opening this honey, I thought I made a mistake because he didn’t smell like the honey I’m used to. It looks like buckwheat honey but has a flavor of its own- kind of malty. I actually rechecked my order multiple times to make sure I didn’t order something else by mistake. I brewed a dandelion mead which is currently clearing up in the second rack. So far, it tastes delicious- the honey characteristics came through with the dandelion. It is a little bitter but I’m hoping it’ll mellow out as it ages. I didn’t use any of the green from the flowers, just the petals, so I know the bitterness isn’t from that. I’m crossing my fingers for a successful bottling experience in a couple of months.

R
Rick M.
Great kit

Great kit great honey. My second batch of mead great company great product.

C
Cynthia M.

Wildflower Honey

P
Phillip H.
It's honey

And it's good.