Clovers are the most popular honey plants in the United States. White clover, alsike clover, and the white and yellow sweet clover plants are the most important for honey production. Depending on location and source, Clover honey varies in color from water-white to extra light amber and has a mild, delicate flavor. Our clover honey comes from Montana and the Dakotas and varies from almost winter white to a soft cream color when crystallized.
Because of its prolific contributions to honey production it is among the most widely recognized of the honey varieties. People typically identify clover honey as the honey commonly found on grocery store shelves.
Our classic clover honey is among the best in the United States and is of the finest quality. We gently warm our honey to make it pour-able but not completely liquid. So unlike the typical honey you find in the grocery stores our honey is considered raw and meets all the requirements mandated by the State of Utah to be labeled as such. Our honey will crystallize and typically does so with a smooth creamy consistency. This is not whipped or creamed honey. This is just naturally crystallizing pure raw honey.
Our Honey Characteristics:
Unfiltered - Retains some beeswax and pollen - commercial packers typically filter their honey to create a clear visually appealing product. (read about the benefits of honey here)
Unprocessed - Never warmed over 103 degrees. (The State of Utah* prohibits anything heated above 118 from being labeled as raw.) Commercial packers typically cook their honey at 140 - 160 degrees to deter crystallization.
Guaranteed Quality - Read about our guarantee here
Packed in a Glass Jar - to preserve quality and taste. This honey is packaged in a clear glass canning jar because glass maintains the taste and freshness of honey better than plastic.
This item consists of one jar containing at least: 2 lbs 13 ounces (1,275.73 g) honey.
WARNING: Do Not Feed Honey to Infants Under One Year Old