DescriptionFloral Source & Origin
If you have ever visited Oregon in the summer, you will notice an abundance of wild berry brambles. Starting in late May and continuing into June, these berry bushes are covered with pink and white flowers. Any beehive located nearby will happily collect the nectar from these blossoms and turn it into blackberry honey. Our current supply of blackberry honey comes from Marion County, located about 30 miles south of Portland.
Blackberry honey is darker in color and is one of the few varieties where the flavor and the name match. It’s a medium-sweet honey with a distinct berry finish. It is fun to watch people taste this honey for the first time.
With its distinct berry flavor, this honey makes a great topper on toast or English muffins. It also is a perfect match for oatmeal or cream of wheat. For a tasty salad dressing, add a spoonful or two to some homemade vinaigrette.
- Raw and Unfiltered
- 1 lb squeeze bottle