Raw Wildflower Honey

SKU: 364215375135191
$7.25Price
UPDATE:  The 2019 summer harvest crop is SOLD OUT.  The Fall 2019 honey, (more robust, almost spicy this time) is now available. 

All natural, raw Connecticut wildflower honey from apiaries in the Connecticut River Valley. Seasonally harvested, the honey ranges from our summer honey, straw-yellow and light, with a hint of raspberry, to the dark and full-flavored fall crop. Color variation due to different flowers and nectars throughout the season. Black locust and clover, among others, are collected early by the bees; whereas Fall brings the robust amber honey from golden rod,  Japanese knotweed, and whatever else may be in bloom at that time. Amazing!
 
 
Also available in a nice 5 oz  gift size honey. Perfect for wedding favors, housewarming gifts, Rosh HaShana, or travel. Share the best! Volume discount available for 15 or more (select "5 oz v" for volume discount).  For orders over 25 jars, please contact us at least two weeks ahead.
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  • PRODUCT INFO

    Raw wildflower honey will vary in color and flavor according to the nectar sources available.  We usually take two harvests, our first one in late July is light in color with a sweet berry-to peach- flavor--primary nectar sources include black locust (late May), dandelion (early May), and clover, but includes blooms from April to early July.  The Fall honey is amber to dark amber, colored and flavored by visits to goldenrod and, sometimes, Japanese knotweed (an invasive that the bees transform into a rich, dark honey).  Occasionally, we have an overlap of both in stock but availability will vary throughout the year.

  • SHIPPING INFO

    Orders shipped within 1-3 business days (candle orders sometime take a bit longer). USPS Priority Mail on most shipments; First Class mail availablle for  shipments weighing less than 11 oz.  USPS Priority Mail insurance is included for orders valued at $50 or less.  Tracking information provided by USPS,

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