Raw Wildflower Honey
Rich in pollen and natural microelements from various flower spices, raw unfiltered honey with color and flavor that changes every season from jar to jar.
I've ordered it a few times, and it never tastes the same, but the taste is great anyway!
As plant varieties change each year, so does the selection of raw wildflower honey. When no one species dictates a group of flowers, they are defined as wildflowers. One season may deliver a darker shade of gold in wildflower honey than another and the aroma may change, but the taste will always be amazingly sweet and mild. Weather and location can also bring a fluctuating hue to local wildflower honey.
As with any unfiltered honey, the pollen, enzymes, antioxidants and vitamins are never strained out of this organic wildflower honey. Honey is immune to bacteria, so it will never spoil. In addition, medium or dark wildflower honey is wonderful for fighting seasonal allergies. The significant amount of pollen that is found in wildflower honey acts as a defense to its very creation.
Your immune system will thank you once you choose this all-purpose and ever-changing honey. It’s filled with vitamins and natural antioxidants, so your system will be protected against disease and illness. Raw honey is great tasting and organic, and no one should go without a tablespoon each day.
Wildflower Honey: Its Uses & Benefits
Thousands of flowers in just one honey jar.
Wildflower honey is very special. It’s a polyfloral honey, which means the nectar was collected from the flowers naturally growing nearby the bees’ apiary. The taste and aroma will vary significantly depending on the season and the types of flowers.
It provides relief for the allergy sufferers.
Eating wildflower honey is a good way to get rid of seasonal allergies.
Wildflowers’ pollen is one of the main causes of seasonal allergies. Raw wildflower honey contains a significant amount of pollen and, thus, can help tackle the allergy. Eating a small amount of raw, unfiltered honey will help limit the allergic reactions caused by pollen.
It’s great for cooking and baking.
If the bees had a need to cook, they would choose this honey too.
Wildflower honey is light in both color and flavor, so it does not cover the taste of other ingredients. You can also drizzle it over your breakfast, sweeten your tea or simply mix with fruit.
Wild. Fresh. Sun-warmed. Sweet.
Enjoy the diversity and the sweetness of thousands of wildflowers from all across Utah.
- Wildflower honey is full of natural antioxidants to boost your immune system. It is important to keep honey raw and unpasteurized to preserve all the vitamins and pollen.
- Honey that goes through the filtration and pasteurization process will lose most of its benefits. We care about our customers and pack honey straight at the apiary. The only filter we use is the honey strainer to remove big pieces of wax, grass, wood and bees.
- There is no way to predict which flowers will end up in your honey jar. Each jar will look and taste different. However, spring and summer honey usually has a light color and mild flavor, whereas fall’s honey tastes more robust.
Try it today and see what wildflower honey can do for you!
Warning: Children under the age of one year should not consume raw honey.