Raw Honey Spotlight: Florida Orange Blossom Honey

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Few foods have the power to transport us quite like Florida Orange Blossom Honey—one taste and our senses are on a journey through the orange grove. This varietal, light to medium amber in color, has a fresh scent and a gentle citrus taste. Follow the flavor and it takes you to a not-so-sweet but captivating finish, evoking a grove filled with bees and fresh citrus blossoms, and leaving you curious for what else lies in store. Orange Blossom Honey has a high count of large pollen grains, leading to rapid, grainy crystallization and a satisfying crunch.

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Raw Honey Spotlight: Colorado Sweet Yellow Clover Honey

We know we've bottled magic whenever we taste a new harvest of Sweet Yellow Clover Honey. An opaque and pearly beauty, the honey features a luxurious creamy texture and a mild flavor. Think up-front sweetness followed by notes of nutmeg and cinnamon. 

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Raw Honey Spotlight: Maine Wild Raspberry Honey

When life calls for a punch of sweetness, there's one honey that always does the trick. Perfect for those with a sweet tooth, Wild Raspberry Honey combines a recognizable light amber color with the flavor complexity found only in a raw, single varietal. A subtle aroma of cocoa butter leads to a unique berry-forward finish, making this honey a consistent crowd favorite.

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Raw Honey Spotlight: Washington Buckwheat Honey

When it comes to bold, full-bodied, complex flavor, one raw honey rises above the rest. Buckwheat offers a one-two punch of hard and soft — mossy earth followed by a lingering sweetness and a hint of molasses. Honey for the faint-hearted, this is not. All this combined with its dark rusty color and hint of malt is why we give buckwheat the nickname the Guinness of Honeys.

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