Northern California Wildflower Honey
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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Rooted in her fourth-generation family almond farm in Butte County, California, Maisie Jane’s is dedicated to supporting responsible farming practices and ensuring the survival of honey bees through bee friendly farming practices and supporting relevant research.Shop Brand
How to use
Drizzle it on a fig and gorgonzola flatbread pizza (our favorite).
What People Are Saying
- glycemic index
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Good honey with a dark color and natural taste. Would definitely buy again.
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.
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!
It was too runny.