Raw Berry Honey Bundle
If you like berries and you like honey, you’re on the right page. This Raw Berry Honey Bundle is an exciting collection of America’s top berry honeys.
Raw Blueberry Blossom Honey
This raw blueberry blossom honey is raw and unpasteurized and light amber in color. It is full and earthy, yet not overpowering. The taste is tangy and bold with a fruity flavor and a buttery finish.
Blueberry honey pairs great with mild-to-strong blue cheeses and goat cheese. Blueberry honey is terrific mixed with Greek yogurt or granola. It’s wonderful in teas and can be use as a great topping for ice cream and fresh fruits like melons.
This full-bodied honey was extracted in central eastern New Jersey.
Raw Blackberry Blossom Honey
Raw blackberry blossom honey has a full-bodied taste and satisfying sweetness. This honey also has a crisp and floral quality with a nice blackberry flavor finish.
This blackberry honey is raw and unpasteurized. This ensures you will enjoy all of the nutrients and vitamins it offers. It’s excellent in ice tea, sharp cheeses, salmon and yogurt. It’s also great on fruits, prosciutto and breads.
This enjoyable, bronze colored honey comes from the flowers of wild blackberry plants. This honey was extracted from beehives in southern Oregon.
Raspberry Blossom Raw Honey
Our Raspberry Blossom Raw Honey comes from the great northwestern USA. Honey bees forage the white blossoms of the raspberry bush. This honey has a mellow smooth flavor and unique raspberry finish. It comes in a lighter amber color.
Our sweet, luscious raspberry honey pairs well with many foods. These include ice tea, vanilla flavors, champagne, chocolate. Raspberry blossom honey perfectly complements salad dressings and fresh fruits, such as peaches and pears.
Naturally raw, pure and delicious, our Raspberry Blossom Raw Honey is mildly strained and gently warmed, only for bottling.
Raw Cranberry Blossom Honey
Our raw cranberry blossom honey has a strong, tangy berry taste without the cranberry tartness. It pairs very well in teas, cheeses, seafood, breads and fruit. Use to make cranberry honey butter or cranberry honey cookies.
Cranberry honey comes from cranberry bushes and has a beautiful red tint. This honey was harvested in the Pinelands area of central eastern New Jersey and extracted from the August cranberry pollination.
If crystallization occurs, gently warm in a pan of warm water. Avoid microwaving.