Arkansas Wildflower Honey

Enjoy the flavors of summer all year round. A raw, unfiltered Arkansas honey, with pollens from clover, tupelo, and roses.

  • 100% pure, raw honey
  • Community sourced from Arkansas beekeepers
  • Unique flavors every year
  • Contains probiotics & enzymes
  • Pollen analysis on the label

Honey has an infinite shelf life.
To decrystallize, remove lid and place in warm water.

Pollen Analysis

Arkansas Wildflower Honey

Scientific name Common name Percentage
Trifolium/Melilotus Clover 41%
Glycine max Soybean 14%
Nyssa Tupelo 5%
Salix Willow 5%
Asteraceae Sunflower family 3%
Gleditsia Honey locust 3%
Polygonum Knotweed 3%
Rhamnaceae Buckthorn family 3%
Rhus/Toxicodendron Sumac 3%
Quercus Oak 3%
Cornus Dogwood 2%
Rosaceae Rose family 2%
Ambrosia Ragweed 2%
Poaceae Grass family 1%
Robinia Locust 1%
Liquidambar Sweetgum 1%
Rubus Blackberry 1%
Vitis Grape 1%

Product Description

The Gold Standard for Local Honey

Taste the Gold Standard Honey difference with our pure, raw, unfiltered Arkansas Wildflower honey. With pollens from clover, tupelo, and roses, you’re in for a sweet treat with every bite.

  • Add it to your morning coffee or hot tea to bring a new bevy of flavors to your favorite drinks.
  • Use it in marinades to sweeten up your favorite meats and veggies.
  • Substitute it for sugar when you’re baking.
  • Or just drizzle it over a hot buttered biscuit for a delicious snack.

Community Sourced

Our honey comes from Arkansas bees and is prepared by Arkansas hands. Every batch goes to the Pollen Laboratory at Texas A&M for pollen analysis, so we can tell you exactly what pollens make up our honey.

Raw honey is great for allergies, but only if you’re eating honey made from the same pollens as your allergies. With our pollen analysis on every label, you can be certain you’re getting the right ones.

Additional Information

  • 100% pure, raw honey foraged by Arkansas honey bees and harvested by Arkansas beekeepers.
  • Pollens in every batch identified by the Pollen Laboratory at Texas A&M.
  • A healthy alternative to processed sugars and sweeteners.
  • Use it in cooking, baking, or to sweeten your favorite beverage!

Do not feed to infants under 1 year old.