Bend Wildflower Honey is harvested in Bend, Oregon from bees pollinating mountain wildflowers: sweet, traditional honey flavor that is a great sugar substitute, good in coffee, tea, cocktails, and helps with local allergies here in Bend, Oregon.
High Desert Buckwheat Honey starts with bees pollinating a huge buckwheat cover crop in Bend, Oregon: not sweet, carries a bold, strong, molasses flavor. A different kind of honey that’s great in coffee, tea, and excellent for baking and cooking, as well. Has the most vitamins and nutrients of all honey and is very medicinal and coats the throat.
Orange Blossom Special Honey starts with bees pollinating orange groves in San Diego, California: not as sweet as the wildflower, but still carries citrus and floral notes. It’s a great sugar substitute and is excellent for drinks. Especially iced tea and lemonade and also pairs nicely with any citrus dish.
Raw White Clover Honey is harvested in Medford, Oregon from bees pollinating white clover perennials; is a whipped honey giving it a thicker, granular texture which makes the honey more spreadable; carries a natural cinnamon flavor from the clover. Great on toast, peanut butter and honey sandwiches, fruit, yogurt, and more.