HandCrafted Amish Honey & Mustards from Lancaster County


 

 

 

           
Alfalfa Honey Wild Flower Honey

Orange Blossom 

 Buckwheat Honey

Eucalyptus Honey

Honey 3-Pack 

1 lb. Glass Jar 1 lb. Glass Jar 1 lb. Glass Jar 1 lb. Glass Jar 1 lb. Glass Jar 3 - 1 lb Jars
   

 

 

 

 
           
           

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Honey Comb

Creamed Honey

Honey Mustard Horseradish Mustard Hot & Sweet Dipping Mustard Set
 1 lb Glass Jar 1 lb Glass Jar 9 oz. Jar 9 oz. Jar 9 oz. Jar 3 - 9 oz. Jars
   

 

     
           

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

           

What is Alfalfa Honey?

Alfalfa Honey is light In color and has a delicate flavor. It is a pretty bluish purple flowering legume that blooms during the summer months. An interesting thing about alfalfa is that it takes work for the bees to get the nectar from the flower.  It is not as sweet as other honeys.

 

What is Wild Flower Honey? 

Wild Flower Honey is exactly what it sounds like. Derived from a variety of wildflowers and plants which are blooming during the summer months. It's a thicker honey and the taste varies from year to year based on what's in bloom. This honey has a delightful taste and is darker in color. Darker honey has more vitamins, minerals, and antioxidant properties compared to lighter honey.

 

What is Orange Blossom Honey?

Just as the name suggests, Orange Blossom Honey (citrus honey) is honey that comes from a citrus source.  This is a very popular honey.  It has a light citrus aroma and taste, and its color is a pale amber.

 

What is Buckwheat Honey?

Buckwheat honey is a robust, dark honey gathered from the nectar of the delicate, white flowers of the buckwheat grain. Buckwheat honey has been noted for its health benefits including its high levels of antioxidants. Buckwheat honey is ideal for baking or soothing a cough.

What is Clover Honey?

Red, sweet yellow and white clovers are the key varieties responsible for clover honey production.  The flavor is generally mild and sweet, with a light, buttery aroma and a note of cinnamon spice. Clover is the most common flower for honey production in the United States.