Honey is produced on every continent except Antarctica, and almost every culture has a history of collecting honey to use as food, medicine, or religious artifact. In Greek mythology, honey was often considered "ambrosia," a food or drink of the Greek Gods. Today we are able to find rare and unique honey varietals from across the world, each a fascinating product reflecting its local ecosystem, the plants in bloom at the time of harvest, and the skills of the apiary in harvesting the honey. This assortment includes four of our favorite honeys:
Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal or greater value.
- Asian Pear Blossom Honey: This delicious local raw honey is a light amber in hue, with a sweet, flowery aroma. Packed in a globe jar reminiscent of the Asian Pear's distinctive shape, this honey is truly one-of-a-kind. (8 oz)
- Truffle Infused Honey from the Yarra Valley: The base of this amazing golden honey is Red Gum and Clover Honey from Australia. The Valley Produce Company infuses two grams of fresh French Perigord black truffles with white truffle oil to produce a truly elegant honey. (4.2 oz)
- Pine and Acacia Honey: An old tradition in the Trentino region of Italy is to add the resinous flavor of pine to foods, as you might with rosemary or juniper. The gentleness of acacia honey is united with the special aromas of pino mugo, the Italian Mountain Pine. (8.8 oz)
- Wisconsin Cranberry Raw Honey: This raw Cranberry honey is a true reflection of its floral source and has a delicate cranberry aroma. Smooth, pungent and mildly tart with subtle floral hints, this honey finishes with a very light fruit flavor. (10.5 oz)
No honey should be fed to infants 12 months or younger.