It was 1906, a slower-paced time, and the new University of California Farm had just opened in Davisville. Fifty years later it became the College of Agriculture and by 1976 the Bee Biology Lab was buzzing with students and bees. The bees made sweet honey from a blend of nectar gathered from the wildflowers of the valley and coastal foothills.
Today, the Honey and Pollination Center brings you an authentic honey experience. Collected throughout Northern California in the late springtime, this delightful wildflower honey has been delicately heated and strained to preserve the pollens native to the area.
All natural honey will crystallize. Crystallized honey is spreadable and will melt in hot tea or coffee. If you prefer liquid honey, warm the jar gently in the microwave.
Enjoy this natural California sweet, a reminder of the university's history and the bounty of the bees!
Sold in 12 ounce jars.