Meadowfoam honey is created by the bees from the meadowfoam flower, which blooms in the valleys of Oregon State. The weather conditions must be perfect for the bees to create this delicate honey. In addition, there is often much time between batches of this rare treat. This year, there was a small amount produced; we hope you try it! This honey tastes a bit like marshmallows. Put in your coffee or tea; drizzle it over toast. Honey color may differ from product image due to harvest. honey tends to granulate quickly. We could heat it, which would minimize the granulation, but this would compromise the flavor and the health benefits. So, it comes to you, straight from the honeycomb! Made in the U.S.A. Bottled by hand. This honey meets the qualifications for Kosher. Click here to watch customer testimonials about how delicious our honey truly is.
From Solid to Liquid
All honey will eventually granulate. Tupelo honey is one honey that tends to stay in liquid form for a very long time. I’ve actually never seen a bottle of our tupelo honey get solid. Even though it may get solid eventually, its expiration date isn’t for at least a million years! We could heat the honey, which will force it to stay in liquid form longer. However, this would reduce its medicinal benefits and its expiration date. We prefer to sell it raw and unfiltered. So, if it granulates, just dig the honey out with a knife, dip it into a warm beverage/food, stir and enjoy the wonderful healing results.