Wildflower or polyfloral honey, gets its name because the bees producing it extract nectar from more than one nectar source, typically within just a few miles of their hive. Unlike honey from single plant sources (monofloral honey), the unique tastes of wildflower honey differ from region to region, and can potentially change throughout the year. Wildflower honey has been described as a bit bolder than your typical monofloral honey, and will generally present a more complex flavor profile. Wildflower honey is extremely versatile, a delicious ingredient in fruit or vegetable dressings, baked goods, and of course is a table staple.
This honey comes from a family honey farm with three generations of Connecticut beekeepers. From one backyard hive to 8 apiaries located on farms throughout the Farmington Valley Connecticut.
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The beekeeper responsible for this wildflower honey is based in Farmington Valley Connecticut.