Pure Raw Clover Honey
Many consider Clover Honey to be an exceptional table-grade honey. It is prevalent throughout many parts of the U.S. and typically has a very mild in flavor. Although the color varies by location and the specific type of clover, it is usually light amber to amber. Clover Honey is commonly used as a sweetener in coffee and tea. It is also used on toast, biscuits and rolls.
Due to its geographic range, clover (Trifolium) is the most significant and widespread American honey plant. Clover plants are the source for more honey production in the U.S. than any other plant. Not only is clover honey found in the U.S., but you can also find it in North Africa, including Egypt.
Clover or trefoil are common names for some 300 different species of plants that belong to the legume family (think peas). In North America, the plant grows as a perennial, and each summer fields of clover explode with small, round flowers that can be white, red, pink, purple, yellow, or a combination of colors.
Kidder County in North Dakota, not too far from the small town of Robinson. With many thousands of acres of clover fields, North Dakota is the number one state in the USA in terms of honey production.
Color and Taste
Ranging from White to Extra White in color, this all-natural, raw clover honey is surprisingly unique. It has very distinct notes of apple and cinnamon. When slightly warm, the honey tastes a lot like apple pie.
Net Wt 16 oz.