Montana Sweet Clover Honey
Farmers in Montana plant sweet clover to feed livestock and to naturally enrich the soil in their fields. When the plants bloom, between May and September, our hives are surrounded by a sea of fragrant yellow flowers, stretching out under those big Montana skies as far as the eye can see. The bees bumble and buzz from flower to flower, gathering the nectar they use to create our Montana Sweet Clover honey.
While they may sip from a wildflower or two along the way, this is as close to "single source" as honey gets. The result is a pale amber color and delicate, lightly floral flavor, with delicious notes of shortbread and a pronounced, luscious sweetness.
This classic honey is perfect for stirring into tea, spreading on toast or making a peanut butter and banana sandwich. It also works beautifully in salad dressings, over grilled peaches and in champagne cocktails.