Northern California Wildflower Honey

4 reviews

Northern California Wildflower Honey

4 reviews

Maisie Jane's

Northern California Wildflower Honey

4 reviews

Maisie Jane's

If happy bees make tastier honey, then Maisie Jane's bees must be smiling from antenna to antenna. This floral wildflower honey is a delicious pantry staple you'll drizzle on everything.

Sustainable goodness

Maisie Jane's uses water-saving, solar-powered irrigation practices in their family almond orchards.

  • Gluten Free

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Why we love it

Did you know: Wherever bees buzz, their honey will pick up subtle flavor notes. In this case, you'll taste lightly floral, slightly earthy undertones thanks to the alfalfa these bees pollinated. Unlike a buckwheat or tulip honey, Maisie Jane's variety is lighter and milder both in taste and texture. We're fond of swirling it into a cup of tea and drizzling it on flatbread pizza.


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Hive orders generally take up to 48 business hours to process and ship via ground shipping.

How it does good

Fewer carbon emissions, more bees

From harvesting to packaging, Maisie Jane's makes it a priority to protect our earth. It starts on their farms. They plant wildflowers around their nut orchards to attract bees and sustainably harvest honey. Once the goods are harvested, they're brought to a processing facility that runs on 100% Green-e® Energy Certified renewable energy.

  • responsible sourcing

    Maisie Jane's plants wildflowers throughout their orchards to attract and protect bees.
  • low carbon footprint

    Not only does Maisie Jane's use glass jars instead of plastic ones, they also use certified renewable energy sources for their processing and packaging. This helps lower their carbon footprint.
  • supporting key causes

    Maisie Jane's donates to to the youth organization Future Farmers of America. They support emerging leaders in agricultural business, science, and technology.

How to use it

Drizzle it on a fig and gorgonzola flatbread pizza (our favorite).

When you're done...

The jar and lid are recyclable in your curbside recycling bin.

These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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The honey I got was not runny at all, I couldn't even use my honey wand, but the perfect consistency for spreading to where I thought it might be "creamed". I did expect it to be raw so I was a little disappointed that it wasn't.

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Love this honey!

I really like this honey as it is local - foothills of CA -and it is wildflower honey. This type of honey has a slightly lower glycemic index and no added sugar. I love the taste!

Edris T.
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It was too runny.

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Love it

Real good