White Sweet Clover is a widely-grown flower in our region that produces a darker, stronger honey than the traditional clover honey most folks are used to. You still get those nostalgic flavor notes that we like to call “Childhood in a Jar”, but with just a tiny bit more kick! We use this honey for homemade BBQ sauce, but our favorite way to eat this honey is smothered on warm a piece of cornbread. It doesn’t last long when there’s cornbread in the house!
Raw honey hardens and crystallizes over time. Honey does not spoil. To liquefy, place jar in warm water on the stove until crystals dissolve. Do not feed honey to infants under a year old.