DetailsLight amber in color and is very sweet and robust. This wildflower is produced by placing hives in prairies and grasslands where bees have access to a wide variety of wild plants. The honey is naturally blended by the bees as they visit many different nectar sources. Unpasteurized, heated to less than 132° F, and strained through a coarse filter.
Note: If using the honey in your beer: Boil 30 minutes for a hint of sweetness, or for 5 to 10 minutes for more residual sweetness. Either way, it will increase the alcohol content of your brew.
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3.2 / 5.05 ReviewsGood StuffBought this to create a new mead. Delicious goodness in a plastic jug. Starting with the best ingredients will help my mead turn into a wonderful nectar.May 3, 2019Purchased
5 months agocrystallized is a good signVery happy. Crystallized is a good sign of clean preservatives free productJanuary 19, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoCrystallizedI can only agree. Came completely crystallized which took away a lot of it.January 11, 2016So, so...This honey reeks as if it has been cut with malt extract.June 15, 2015Buy Something ElsePrice is fairly decent for honey. But you'd be better off spending your money on some other kind of honey. First, it came completely crystallized. How long has it been sitting around? I know honey is good forever, and different types of honey crystallize more readily, but I expected golden, liquid honey, like in the photo. _x000D__x000D_The taste wasn't spectacular, either. It is a hit or miss with wildflower honey, and this was a miss.May 4, 2015
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Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 3 answershow big are the jugs of honey?BEST ANSWER: I got two six-pound containers. Very tall half gallon jugsIs any of these Honey's that you sell classified as Raw Honey??? There is a very big difference in Raw Honey and regular honey.BEST ANSWER: None are technically "Raw" untouched honey. It is unpasteurized, heated to less than 132° F, and strained through a coarse filter.