Clover honey has a pleasing, mild taste. Clovers contribute more to honey production in the United States than any other group of plants. Red clover, Alsike clover and the white and yellow sweet clovers are most important for honey production. Clover honey has a pleasing, mild taste. The clover in our clover honey include white Dutch clover, white blossom clover, and yellow blossom clover. Clover honey has a sweet, flowery flavor and a pleasing mild taste.
Wildflower honey is often used to describe honey from miscellaneous and undefined flower sources. Derived from a variety of wildflowers and plants which are blooming during the summer months. It’s a thicker honey and the taste varies from year to year based on what’s in bloom. This honey has a delightful taste and is darker in color. Darker honey has more vitamins, minerals, and antioxidant properties compared to lighter honey.
The Black Locust tree, which is sometimes called “American Acacia,” is one of the earliest trees to bloom, and thus one of the bee’s first sources for nectar and pollen after coming out of winter hibernation. This honey is light, clean, and very aromatic and floral.