Wildflower honey is derived from the nectar of variety of flowers and/or blossoms. Wildflower honey is usually darker in color offering more antioxidants than any other honey. As the flowers and blooms used to make wildflower honey varies thought out the spring, summer and autumn seasons, the aroma and flavor will also vary. All bursting with flavor.
CAUTION: DO NOT FEED HONEY TO CHILDREN UNDER 1 YEAR OLD.
NOTE: All natural honey will crystallize eventually. To restore honey to its liquid form, heat water in a pot to a simmering state and remove from burner. Remove the lid and place the glass honey container in the water bath to the level of the honey until returned to liquid state.