Floral Source: The common blackberry bush (Rubus Allegheniesis) is a member of the rose family of plants (Rosaceae), which includes over 2,000 species of trees, shrubs and herbs.
Origin: This raw unfiltered honey comes from Douglas County on the Western side of Oregon, not too far from the town of Yoncalla. Here, in the Umpqua Valley between the Oregon Coast Range and the Cascade Mountains, wild blackberry brambles grow in abundance.
Color and Taste: Light Amber in color, the blackberry honey starts with a pleasing sweetness and then finishes with a very distinct blackberry flavor. It is like enjoying a handful of just picked and very sweet wild blackberries, but without any scrapes or scratches from the thorns.