Clover honey is generally milder in flavor than wildflower honey. It's a honey most people will enjoy and a great general-use honey.
This delicate, aromatic raw honey is sourced from hives that rely primarily on clover-studded wildflower meadows. Its light, champagne color and high water content make this pure, unfiltered honey perfect for pouring into tea or spooning onto toast.
Bright and floral in taste, our local, organic clover honey is light in texture and pairs well with salty foods like chips and nuts. The hyacinth overtones and subtle new-mown-hay hints mean that if you eat this healthy, anti-oxidant-laden honey right off the spoon, it’s like tasting springtime, no matter what the weather is doing outside your door.
This honey can crystallize because it hasn't been pasteurized, heated, or filtered. Give it some gentle low heat (like leaving it in a warm car or direct sun) and it will begin to liquefy again.
Try our recipe for a Honey, Lemon, and Ginger Warmer for cold weather pick me up.