Raw Pacific Northwest Wildflower Honey | Ninth & Pine
Raw Pacific Northwest Wildflower Honey | Ninth & Pine
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Honey Classification by Mickleberry Gardens | Ninth & Pine
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Raw Pacific Northwest Wildflower Honey

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DESCRIPTION 
This honey is from Mickelberry Gardens’ Pacific Northwest apiaries, along with apiaries managed by other beekeepers they know and trust from the Pacific Northwest. Mickelberry Gardens’ honey is 100% raw. It is never heated above beehive temperature, preserving delicate enzymes and flavors. This honey will crystallize—this is an attribute of pure, natural, raw honey.

Their local honey is unadulterated, tested for antibiotics and pesticides, and never micro filtered-leaving pollen grains intact mixed throughout the honey.

The honey for sale today was harvested in the summer of 2020 from bees that visited wildflowers in Washington State. The current varietal in stock is Star Thistle Honey from an apiary in Walla Walla, Washington.

 

WARNING: Do not give honey to children under two years. 

 

INGREDIENTS
Raw Pacific Northwest Wildflower Honey

AVAILABLE SIZES
12 oz. glass jar
20 oz. glass jar

OTHER INFORMATION
Mickelberry Gardens strives to keep their honey raw, and heats only minimally. When honey is kept raw, it retains all of its virtues and preserves the delicate flavors from millions of wildflowers. Their honey is tested for purity, quality, adulteration, and pesticide residue.

Their facility is certified GMP-compliant, and is free of all major allergens, including gluten.

VARIETALS
Honey captures a moment in time; when it's harvested, it has the imprint of the year's weather patterns and what was blooming in the area where the bees were gathering nectar. Flavors and textures of honey can vary dramatically from year to year, which is part of what makes honey special. Once a varietal from a particular year is gone, it's gone forever.