Compare to 2017
2018 is an interesting take on this meadow honey, coming in denser, more jammy, and less floral. The tart tropical notes are still present, and the heavy wiff of hyacinth is reminiscent of the 2017 florals. However, deep punches of brown sugar, nuts, and apricot ground the 2018 version, creating a smoother mouthfeel and appealing to the sweet tooth.
Fruit, yoghurt, Earl Grey tea, pork, sweet herbs, citrus, and gin.
Honey is meant to be paired, mixed, and licked from the spoon. Discover delicious new ways to enjoy our honeys.
The Meadows of Nayarit
Nayarit is a lush, verdant, coastal state of Mexico. Mangrove trees hug the Pacific coastline, sweep up into low hills smothered in sugar cane and fruit trees, and rise sharply up to 4,500 feet, where coffee plants hide beneath a pine canopy.
The valleys which meander through pine forested mountains and sugar fields host a fête of wildflowers in late summer. The sky is wide open to sunshine and rain, and the dark, luxurious soil soaks in both to provide the backdrop for the abundance. 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.