Our wildflower honey can vary in color throughout the foraging season. The color can range from light to dark also. The color and taste variations are dependent on the flowers and trees the bees visits. The nectar changes over the season as plants and trees bloom. All honey varieties come from bees pollinating different plant species, such as wildflowers or local trees, and this may create subtle distinctions in the flavor and color of the honey. From year to year, tastes and colors may vary. All raw honey may crystalize over time.
The crystallization process is natural and spontaneous. Pure, raw and unheated honey has a natural tendency to crystallize over time with no effect on the honey other than color and texture.
What’s more, the crystallization of honey actually preserves the flavor and quality characteristics of your honey. Some honey users prefer it in this state as it is easier to spread on bread or toast.