Over in Moses Lake, WA there are all kinds of big seed farms, growing crops not for farmers markets, but for farmers who need the seeds. This special honey comes from the bees working their magic on a number of different crops, most notably radish, onion, alfalfa, mint, buckwheat, and carrot. Not too strong and not too sweet, this honey is what we say tastes like more of a traditional honey. When heated it is a light amber color, and when left raw at room temperature, it takes on a beautiful cloudy and unique appearance, with lots of waxy particulate throughout. Moses Lake wildflower honey is a great gift for the tea lover in your life, and tastes delicious with biscuits as well!