Wildflower Honey from Florida

Description

After the final honey crops are harvested in late summer and early fall, the bees rest for a season. But fall and winter are short-lived in Florida. Staring in late January, the first trees will start to bloom. Continuing on through April, dozens of trees, flowers, bushes and grasses will flower. These nectar and pollen sources include pine, oak, willow, maple and ti-ti trees, goldenrod, aster, and wild sunflowers, and flowering grasses. The bees visit all of these plants and more, and return to their hives to make a poly floral honey.

Origin

This honey comes from Calhoun, Gulf and Liberty Counties in the Florida Panhandle.

Color & Taste

The color of raw, unfiltered wildflower honey is darker, in the Light Amber to Amber range. The mixing of nectar and pollen by the bees makes for a robust and complex combination of flavors. It is a great honey for everyday use, like adding to coffee or tea. Also, because of the pollen variety, it is an ideal honey for treating seasonal allergies.

Customer Reviews

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Career Coach Amy C.C.A. Career Coach A.
Great product and excellent service.

Easy to order and the product is always timely and packaged with great care. Yummmmmmy honey!

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Gregg MacLaren G.M. Gregg M.
Great honey, great service!

The honey is fantastic, so is the service.
Descriptions of honey color and flavor are always spot on. What makes me sad is the quality and service are so good that my favorites sell out before the next harvest is ready.

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Stephanie Hudgins S.H. Stephanie H.
Wonderful Honey

Love the prompt service and the wonderful tasting honey. I will definitively be ordering more when the time comes.

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Diana Huggins D.H. Diana H.
5 star

We love your Wildflower honey. This is the second large order we have purchased from you. Thank you for your delicious product.

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Darlene Dollins D.D. Darlene D.
Prompt Service

Took less than a week from order to arrival. Thanks for the quick service. I look forward to making mead with this honey.


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