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Buckwheat Honey


They say the Darkness has a beauty that no one denies. It envelops you and wraps you in its wraithlike tendrils caressing your very soul. No person truly knows knows why but The Dark has a feeling of enchantment. One can often become lost in it.....

Buckwheat honey has been called the Guinness of honeys due to its deep rich Ebony color. Buckwheat honey not only looks like molasses, it also tastes reminiscent. It's a little spicy, with malty overtones containing bold notes of plum and cherry tickling your senses with a natural earthy aroma. It also has an odd bitter characteristic that is quite distinctive. It can be used for cooking poultry, pork or beef. Also in sauces and over ice cream.....

Purple Loosestrife Honey


This is Wisconsin so we have a few cheese lovers here. Have you thought about pairing your cheese with a honey? Then it's time for you to pick up a jar of Purple Loosestrife Honey. As native, late season wild flowers disappear wildflowers like the Purple Loosestrife become a source of nectar for honeybees. This honey is a cheese mongers dream and pairs well with strong flavored cheeses. The color of this honey is the first indication that it's special and unusual. It can have a green- yellow neon color with a butterscotch aroma and flavor with a slightly bitter finish reminiscent of Italian Chestnut.

Aster Honey


A distinctively sweet smelling, full bodied floral honey. Not as sweet as most honey types, its delicate nature doesn't overpower other flavors. 

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