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Miller's Raw House Honey, 1lb (Glass)

Miller's Raw House Honey, 1lb (Glass)

From Our Biodiverse Pastures

Taste the Sweetness of Our Pastures

If you're a fan of Miller's Bio Farm and have a sweet spot for honey, you've got to try OUR honey!

Whether you drizzle it over warm toast, blend it into a soothing cup of tea, or use it to elevate your favorite recipes, our house honey will add a touch of Miller's Bio Farm's magic to every single bite. After all, it's the flavors of our biodiverse pastures!

The flowers and notes of our house honey are:

  • Locust (this is the primary note): Brings a distinctively sweet taste with fruity and floral undertones and a hint of vanilla.
  • Blackberry: Brings a delicate berry taste with a faintly fruity finish.
  • Raspberry: Brings a warm, sweet, and smooth flavor with a hint of raspberry.
  • Tulip Poplar: Brings a strong, deep flavor with warm notes reminiscent of prunes, stewed dates, and raisins.
  • Wild Honeysuckle: Brings a delicate sweetness.
  • Wild Mustard: Brings a sweeter taste. The flavor is rich and sharp.
  • Dandelion: Brings an herbal and mildly sweet flavor.

Our raw honey is made the way nature intended, working with the bees instead of against them. 

It's made to the highest standards:

  • Raw and unfiltered
  • Free from pesticides and GMO pollen
  • Bees are NOT fed high fructose corn syrup
  • Mite control WITHOUT chemicals

The bees are on our farm when the flowers are blooming and are moved to wild foraging areas around the United States in the colder months. This is so the bees always have work to do and nectar to collect.

    Storage Tips: Honey is best stored at temperatures above 77°F to avoid crystallization. The lower the temp, the faster the honey will crystallize.

    Crystallization: If it's the real deal raw honey (never heated or altered in any way), it will eventually turn solid and crystallize. If crystallized honey is left for too long, it will ferment. There's nothing you can do to prevent this. Read more about honey crystallization here.

    How to De-Crystallize Honey: Take a large bowl, fill it with warm water, and let your honey sit in it until the crystals melt away. Just make sure to heat the honey to no more than 104F to maintain all the beneficial microbiology.

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    Honest Disclosure: Welsh Mountain Apiaries uses Mite Away Quick Strips for mite control. The only ingredient is formic acid, which is an organic acid already present in honey.