From nectar nestled between the Appalachians and Rockies, our Midwest honey has a sweet start and floral finish, with just a hint of cinnamon.
Although dark in color, our Florida honey tastes as if it’s soaked in sunshine. As eccentric as the state itself, its flavor tastes sweet, sour, and just a touch bitter.
Sprinkled with pollination from the Pacific Northwest, our Washington honey is dark in color with a slightly bitter start and a sweet, molasses-flavored finish.
Smoother than a southern drawl, our Texas is a medium-bodied honey with a sweet, floral flavor that lingers before slowly wilting away.
Rolling down from the northern Rockies, our Montana honey is our mildest varietal. It's light in color and flavor, with an almost cinnamon sweetness.
One of our more complicated flavor profiles, our Northwest honey has a nutty flavor with vanilla notes and a long, strong finish.
Much like its climate, our Nor Cal honey has a flavor that is warm and mild. It tastes a bit bitter at first, then floral, before finally finding its sweetness.
Freshly pollinated from the California citrus groves, our So Cal honey has a medium sweetness and short bite, followed by a lingering orange flavor.
Light in color, as it is in flavor, our Utah honey is refreshingly sweet, smooth throughout, and tastes as if it came straight from The Beehive State.
Pure as the driven snow and pollinated by the plains East of the Rockies, our Local Colorado honey is light – but rich – with a long floral finish.
Despite the arid terrain, our Southwest honey has a welcoming flavor. Its medium body provides a sweet, smooth flavor with a short, almost cedar finish.
Like the waters on a calm spring morning, our Great Lakes honey is silky and smooth. Its flavor is sweet at first, with a medium, natural tasting finish.
Quite dark in color, our Southeastern honey embodies floral notes from all over the bright, subtropical climate. Its flavor is as intriguing as it is lingering.
Following the nature of the rolling hills, our Northeast honey’s flavor flows from sweet to floral, with a finish that is slightly bitter – never better.
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