This raw Amber honey is poured in small batches at precisely controlled temperatures (104 Degrees) to preserve enzymes and floral qualities. The honey is coarsely strained to retain pollens, vitamins, and minerals that would otherwise be removed by fine filtering and the use of high-pressure pumps. Instead, patience and gravity are used when the honey is prepared for bottling.
All the hives are located in northern New Mexico. The color and flavor of this fresh multi-floral Raw Amber honey range throughout the seasons as the bees collect nectars from different varieties of flowers, fruit trees, elms and junipers in the spring through sage, alfalfa, clovers, thistles, and sunflowers.