Clover – New York/Pennsylvania summer honey made from local flowers that bloom during this time. Light in color.
Wildflower – Fall honey produced in Pennsylvania off of flowers that bloom such as goldenrod, Japanese knot weed, and many others. Dark in color and has a strong taste.
Orange Blossom – Made in late winter, early spring, off of blooming orange trees. Medium in color.
Blueberry – Made in Maine or New Jersey around May while bees are pollinating Blueberries. Medium in color.
Raspberry – Made in Oregon or Maine during the spring/summer. Light in color and tastes sweet with a raspberry taste.
Buckwheat – Made in Washington in the fall. Dark in color. Has a strong (some say malty) flavor and will remind you of molasses.
Cranberry – Made in New Jersey during the summer time. Light reddish in color and has a mild berry taste.
Apple – Made in Pennsylvania during the spring time. Typically light in color. Light spring flavor with a hint of spice that reminds some of cinnamon.
Blackberry – Made in Washington state during late spring/early summer. Has an amber color and a light sweet berry taste.
Tupelo – Produced from the tupelo gum tree which grows mainly in Florida and Georgia in the swamp areas. The taste is usually describe as a mild buttery flavor. (Due to the high fructose low glucose ratio that Tupelo has, some diabetic patients have been permitted by their physicians to eat Tupelo honey but please check with your doctor to make sure.)
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