This honey is from Guatemala Huehuetenango. The farmer keeps bees to help pollinate his coffee shrubs. When the coffee flowers in the spring, the bees make honey from it. He collects the extra honey and sells it.
It looks like a light honey, but tastes darker. Hints of spice in the aroma, a heavy floral and grain note in the taste with hints of fruit. A very nice honey for drizzling onto baked goods and fruit and toast. We've really been enjoying our jar of it at the shop. Every visitor who tries it has been impressed.
Supposedly the honey is even slightly caffeinated!It's 12oz fluid ounce of honey in a glass jar. It's part of a series called Coffee Blossom Honey and they have honey from four different Guatemalan farmers, but the only one we are stocking right now is this one from Francisco Cardona.