Our Favorite Honeys
This honey is thick and creamy; what we call a “dry honey” here in the southwest. Made from the nectar of various desert plants and cacti, this honey is really unique and is wonderful as a spread.
A crisp honey from our friend in Walla Walla, Washington, with an amazingly fruity flavor that tantalizes the taste buds and adds a delightful sweetness to any dish.
Harvested in the mountains of Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado, this is the kind of classic honey flavor that is perfect for everything. This varietal honey consists of nectars from several floral sources, including yellow clover and snowberry flowers.
This honey is made by worker bees pollinating Snowberry flowers in Southern Colorado. Snowberry is a member of the honeysuckle family and makes a honey that is sweet, golden, and delicious on cereal and granola.
Spring honey, often derived from blossoming flowers like cherry and apple, exudes a light and floral profile. As summer arrives, bees produce a honey that embodies the warmth and richness of the season.
Fall honey carries a slightly robust and earthy taste. Winter honey offers a unique and cozy sweetness. Each jar of seasonal honey is a testament to the bees’ meticulous craftsmanship and the dynamic tapestry of the changing seasons.