Pure Wildflower Honey
Wildflower honey is a thicker honey and the taste varies from year to year based on what's in bloom.
This batch of honey has a delightful taste and is darker in color. Darker honey has more vitamins, minerals, and antioxidant properties compared to lighter honey.
Produced in California recently, this honey is unfiltered. The honey is heated enough to pump it and then strained through 100 micron filter bags. The resulting product is as natural as we can get it and still be able to bottle it with modern equipment.
To retain honey's wonderfully luxuriant texture, always store it at room temperature; never in the refrigerator (however a freezer is good too, see below).
If your honey becomes cloudy, don't worry. It's just crystallization, a natural process. Place your honey jar in a pan of water and heat gently until the crystals disappear.
If the honey is in a plastic container, scoop it out and put in a sauce pan or other suitable container and heat at a very low temperature. After it has cooled back down you can pour it back into the original container.
Remember, never boil or scorch honey.
For long term storage that will preserve the color (honey darkens in time) you can also store a jar of honey in the Freezer.
Note: Honey should not be fed to infants under one year of age. Honey is a safe and wholesome food for older children and adults.