Our bees spent the summer in Colorado making our signature varietal – the finest White Clover honey you’ll ever taste! We received our first sample the other day and are excited to share a snapshot with you! And yes, it tastes as amazing as it looks.
You may notice that the color of this season’s clover is more water-white than the previous season’s. That’s the beauty of raw varietal honey – no two bottles look or taste exactly the same. Varietal honey can be best compared to varietal wine in the sense that the color, smell and taste can vary from year to year depending on annual climactic changes. Even the same flower blooming in the same location may produce slightly different honey each year depending upon temperature and rainfall. White Clover, in particular, can vary in color from water-white to light amber and has a sweet, pleasing, mild taste.