“The first time I tried the Mountain Wild honey I immediately saw myself standing at the foot of the mountain and simply enjoying the life” - Margaret J., American Raw Honey customer.
Mountain Wildflower Honey - when the mountain comes to you!
Have you ever dreamed of buying a cabin far away from the hustle and bustle of the city? Waking up with the sunrise, feeling the morning dew at the front door, enjoying the cup of coffee without a rush? If you are still far away from your dream, Mountain Wild honey is a good start! We believe its delicate taste and light aroma will make you feel like you’re already up in the wild.
From nature with love
What makes trying Mountain Wild honey a great experience?
The Rocky Mountains are rich with various kinds of flowers, and this is what makes the honey so unique. There is no way to predict where the bees will go, and the taste of mountain Wild Honey will vary depending on which flowers were blooming while the bees foraged. Some common flowers include Lupine, Geranium, Fireweed, and Blue Bells. However, there’s so much more of them!
Always a different flavor that still fits anything!
Ways to enjoy the delicious treat.
Although the taste of mountain wildflower honey will vary from season to season, it will most certainly have a rich, floral flavor and a thick texture. Try drizzling it on the top of waffles or pancakes. Wildflower honey is also suitable for baking - it will make your pastries moisture. You can even try baking a famous Russian Honey Cake - it’s pretty good!
Natural. Sweet. Pure. Satisfying.
Nothing will make you feel closer to nature than our truly one of a kind Mountain Wild.
Raw honey is a powerful source of antioxidants, and it will serve as a great addition to a healthy diet. It also has strong anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.
Eating wildflower honey is one of the common ways to decrease the symptoms of seasonal allergies caused by pollen
To let you enjoy the taste of mountain wildflowers, we placed our apiaries at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, 100 miles away from Salt Lake City.
With the nearest village located not closer than 8 miles, we had to put up fences to protect the honeybees from the bears and wild boars. However, the untouched nature of Rocky Mountains makes it a perfect place for the variety of flowers to grow and bloom naturally.
Don’t miss the chance to try this goodness!
Children under the age of one year should not consume raw honey.