Our honey bees have collected nectar from an eclectic group of flowers & trees in the area, depending on the season; pussy willow, crocuses, violets, milkweed, dandelions, caragana, wolf willow, sainfoin, alfalfa, dogwood, canola, russian olive, vetch, clovers, thistle, anemone, golden rod, and other wild flowers. Of course, our urban hives collect all sorts of wonderful sweetness from local gardens as well.
Our creamed unpasteurized honey is the surplus honey from local honey bees that we collect, extract, and cloth-strain. We then cream it and package. Our liquid honey is sold on pre-order basis only during the honey flow (although you can buy creamed honey and make it liquid again yourself).
Honey's LongevityHoney is the only natural food that remains eternally edible.
Although honey is hygroscopic (attracts moisture when unsealed), dryer honey can be placedin sun rays or a larger container that has hot water in it, with the lid off. DO NOT MICROWAVE, DO NOT BOIL. Once the honey starts to warm, you can stir it if you like. Repeat if necessary. You can also place it on top of the fridge. Not too long though! Low warming temperatures in a short time period only. When our honey is warmer it is smooth and creamy. Mmm.