Hawaiian Honey: Kiawe Blossom Honey
There is a small forest of Kiawe trees on the northern end of The Big Island of Hawaii. We are lucky enough to have access to the incredibly smooth, dense, white honey that the bees make from the blossoms on those trees. Similar in texture to Lehua honey, but smoother with finer crystals, Kiawe honey is both rare and exceptionally delicious. Because of its rarity, it is more expensive than our other honeys, but one taste is all you’ll need to know that it’s worth every penny. It will take all your willpower to avoid just grabbing a spoon and eating it all right out of the jar or pouch.