Clover and trefoil are two of the common names for some 300 species of plants that belong to the legume family (think peas). In vast areas of the North American plains, the clover plant grows as a perennial. Each summer, miles of clover fields explode with white, pink, red and purple flowers, depending on the specific variety.
This particular honey comes from Kidder County, not too far from the town of Robinson in North Dakota. With thousands of acres of clover fields, North Dakota is the number one state in the USA for honey production.
Ranging from White to Extra White in color, this raw and all-natural clover honey is not like common grocery store stuff. It has distinct flavor notes of apples and cinnamon, and when warm, reminds us of apple pie.