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Our Honey Varieties

Desert Blossom Mesquite Honey

The primary flower is the Mesquite Tree blossom. Honeybees will also forage on other plants around the mesquite trees. These plants include Cat Claw tree blossom, Saguaro Cactus blossom, and other desert wildflowers.

Clover Honey

 Clover honey is derived from the nectar of clover flowers out of Minnesota and North Dakota. Clover honey, with its light color and mild flavor, is one of the most popular types of honey worldwide.

Orange Blossom Honey

Orange blossom honey is a light honey that originates from the nectar of orange blossom flowers, which come from orange trees throughout Arizona and California. This honey is popular for its versatility and is used in a variety of culinary applications, from baking to drizzling over desserts and even in beauty products.

Valley Honey

This is our local wildflower honey. It is a mixture of Alfalfa and desert wildflowers.