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La Aurora 2019 Meadow Honey

La Aurora is floral, fruity raw honey collected from wildflower fields. Is it unpasteurized, unheated, pure, raw honey that has layers of flavor and layers of health benefits. The honey is carefully handled from hive to the jar, never heated above hive temperature, and sourced directly from apiculturists who care deeply about the purity and quality of their bees and honey.

Compared to La Aurora 2018

2019 Aurora follows a similar taste profile as 2018 with flower on the upper palette, tart and sweet fruit on the mid palette, and sour fruit on the finish. The essence of spring flower is still present but tends more towards earthy daffodil than super-sweet florals. White grape, tart cherry, and pear are bright mid-fruit flavors compared to a more dense apricot and candied pecan from 2018. The finish is still decidedly tart but with more powerful cranberry, rather than only slightly tart tropical fruits. Overall, the honey has a much lighter mouthfeel with a clean finish.

 

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La Aurora 2019 | Meadow Honey

11.5 oz

La Aurora 2019 is floral, sweet/tart, raw honey with a smooth finish. The flavor profile is tart cherry, grape, pear, and daffodil. 11.5 oz. Free shipping.

Every jar comes in a STATE box with a thank you card, perfect for an easy, beautiful gift.


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Tasting Notes

Daffodil
Tart cherry
White grape
Anjou pear
Cranberry

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Terroir

The meadow sky is wide open to sunshine and rain, and the dark, luxurious soil soaks in both to provide the backdrop for the abundance. New blossoms paint the landscape with wildness and abandon. The nectar contains this gala in every drop, providing honey that is multi-layered, sweet, and overflowing with flowers.


Nayarit

Nayarit is a lush, verdant, coastal state of Mexico. Mangrove trees hug the Pacific coastline and sweep up into the delta, teeming with wildlife.

The terrain loops up into low hills smothered in sugar cane and fruit trees, and then rises sharply up to 4,500 feet, where coffee plants hide beneath a pine canopy. 

 
 
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