Sage Honey: Bloom’s Good Food Award winning Sage honey, produced in the California foothills, is a rare, premium honey prized for its delicate flavor, smooth finish, and light color. It derives from the Latin “salvia” which means “to heal.”
Avocado Honey: Bloom’s Good Food Award winning California Avocado honey is a rare gourmet honey with a smooth nutty flavor and subtle hints of avocado. Use in cooking or try a beauty mask for your skin.
Orange Blossom: Bloom’s Good Food Award winning Orange Blossom honey has a very sweet, citrus flavor. Excellent in cooking, this gourmet honey has a taste and smell that evoke fresh California oranges.
White Clover: Sweet, pleasing, and mild, this Good Food Award Winner is our most versitle honey. It’s a must-have for your kitchen that pairs well with anything.
California WIldflower: Bloom’s California Wildflower honey is golden honey from the Golden State - the nectar collected from a variety of flowers in the wilds of California. It is amazingly delicious.
Highland Honey: Bloom Honey’s “creamy yellow” Highland Honey from the high plains of Mexico is amazing – featuring a soft creamy texture, robust flavor with hints of pineapple essence, and potent anti-microbial properties.
Turmeric Orange Blossom Honey: Turmeric delicately blended with Bloom’s Good Food Award winning Orange Blossom honey - Use this tasty “creamed honey” combo in tea to support overall health & wellness. Good Food Award 2019 Finalist!
Buckwheat Honey: Our California Buckwheat honey has pollen, antioxidants, and helps support a healthy immune system. It has a bold flavor with a subtle sweetness and hints of molasses.
Nutrition Information: 16oz/1lb Jar. Serving Size: 1 Tablespoon 17g carbohydrates, 16g sugars, 0g fat, 0mg sodium, 64 calories
Our Honey Your Health: Raw honey contains polyphenols, natural compounds that act as powerful antioxidants to protect your body by trapping the free radical molecules and getting rid of them before damage occurs.
Did You Know: Our honeybees must visit over two million flower blossoms and fly over 55,000 miles to make just one pound of honey - the amount in one jar of Bloom Honey!
Note on Crystallization: Raw honey never spoils but will crystallize over time. This is proof of its purity. Either enjoy the crystallized honey as a spread – it's less messy! Or to liquefy it, gently heat the jar in warm water. Do not place the jar in boiling water – it will hurt the quality of the honey. Store at room temperature.
Infant Warning: Children under the age of one year should not consume raw honey.