Sage Honey comes from the nectar of the clary sage plant. Clary sage starts to bloom in late May and continues until mid to late June.
This raw, unfiltered honey hails from the Umpqua basin in Western Oregon.
Color and Taste
Color ranges from white to extra white, and is a bit cloudy. Due to a very low moisture content, this honey is quite thick. It is almost chewy when cold. The taste is a balanced and delightful mix of fruity and spicy notes, which linger on the palate due to the honey's thickness. Similar in both color and taste to tupelo honey, it is also very slow to crystallize due to a high ratio of fructose to glucose sugars.