Raw Alfalfa Honey
“I’ve seen alfalfa many times in my life but never knew it could be used for honey!”, - Judith M., American Raw Honey customer.
Alfalfa honey - not an obvious pick!
You might have already known that Alfalfa is actually a crop, and it’s widely used as livestock forage across the United States. However, not many people are aware that Alfalfa also makes a great honey flavor. The reason why this honey is not as common as clover or wildflowers honey is that it’s harder for bees to collect the nectar out of Alfalfa flowers. This makes alfalfa honey a very special choice!
Perfectly suitable for home-made food lovers
Enjoy its smooth texture and light aroma.
Thanks to its mild flavor, Alfalfa honey is one of the best honey for cooking. Its taste will not override other ingredients; instead, it will make them better. It also can be used in many other ways: as a salad dressing, marinade component, or coffee and tea sweetener.
Alfalfa honey as a good source of flavonoids
Easy way to protect your body from toxins and stressors.
Flavonoids are organic compounds found in many products, including alfalfa honey. They are used to fight off free radicals that cause our bodies’ stress and can help to reduce the inflammatory reaction triggered by various allergens.
Alfalfa honey also helps to lower down the blood pressure and provide the growth of beneficial bacteria in the digestive tract.
Fresh.Tasty. Real. Distinctive.
It`s extra light amber color and delicate taste will not leave you indifferent.
Alfalfa honey is harvested in Central Utah and, by buying it, you get 100% natural, domestically collected product
It’s high in glucose sugar, which makes it crystallize quickly. If you want your honey to stay liquid - before using it, keep the jar in the warm water for half an hour
Note that Alfalfa honey is a monofloral honey, which, however, does not mean there won’t be any presence of other flowers’ pollen. This is a natural process as bees pollinate any kind of flowers.
Try today and make it your favorite!
Children under the age of one year should not consume raw honey.