This honey from hives in the Yosemite Area heralds in the holidays with its warm, bright aroma and flavors of caramel, butterscotch, and brown sugar with a pinch of Mountain Air.
Light amber in tint, this honey is rich and smooth with just the right level of sweetness. Pair it with salty flavors like blue cheese and ranch dressing or on raw vegetables like red/green peppers. Try it on toast or cornbread or in your favorite winter drinks. See our recipes page for some ideas.
Christmas Holly Honey is also called English Holly Honey because the holly plant grows in beech and oak forests in England. It's probably the honey that Winnie the Pooh ate in his home in the Hundred Acre Wood.
Bee fact: most bees only travel one mile from their hive to collect pollen, so these are a true taste of the holly plants from the Yosemite Valley, California.