sweet clover, yellow clover, ocotillo, cactus, broom weed, burro weed, desert buckwheat, desert bird or paradise, mimosa, and mesquite.
Colorado Clover Honey from San Luis Valley, Colorado
Mesquite Honey from Rodeo, New Mexico
White, opaque and opalescent.
White Honey (sometimes called whipped, spun, or creamed) is honey that is naturally granulated under controlled circumstances. We use Mesquite honey to start the process and give it a nice smooth consistency.
This white honey will stay soft in the jar forever and won’t run off of your toast! Keep it in a cool place, as if you warm it it will turn into regular liquid honey.
Posted by Unknown on 21st Oct 2013
Excellant honey. The first two jars did not last two days at my house. Everyone loved the mellow taste,color, and sweetness of the honey.
Posted by Mom S in California on 13th Sep 2013
this is nearly as tasty as the old Mt.St.Helen clear firegrass honey that's no longer available. smooth rich creamy honey heaven
Posted by Phillip Gary Smith, writer on 11th Sep 2013
Grampa's Gourmet White Honey: an elegant luxury for the soul.
Posted by Valarie Albert on 18th Aug 2013
My mother in law sent me the sampler honey for a present to North Carolina! It is absolutely divine. I had some this morning with goats cheese and figs!
Posted by Sheryl on 25th Jan 2013
Really excellent flavor - mild and smooth. I use it for tea and on toast. I'm going to have to order more soon, because this jar is going fast!
Posted by Louella Watkins on 28th Nov 2012
I order this honey two cases at a time. This is a wonderful tasting honey. I add it to my coffee, oatmeal and as a spread. Love It!
Posted by AD on 26th Oct 2012
Delicious smooth taste, not too sweet tasting, it's just right !!
Easy to spread on toast, bagel or tea crackers.
Also fine to used to sweeten teas.