Oregon Vetch Honey
The bees really nailed it on this unique Oregon varietal honey. Vetch honey is typically light amber in color and has tons of flavor. It features notes of peach and crisp apples followed by a hint of fresh flowers and sometimes mint.
Vetch, a vine in the sweet pea family is a native, perennial wildflower that is commonly found in woods, along streams or in forest clearings. The flowers are whitish-yellow with purple or red markings. Our Vetch Honey is produced in Oregon’s Willamette Valley.
Note: Our Vetch Honey is pure, raw, and unadulterated, and may crystalize as a result. This is to be expected of natural honey and does not impact the usability of the product.
Jory Meyers (verified owner) –
With a wonderfully thick viscosity and tangy taste, you won’t find this varietal pretty much anywhere else. Absurdly good in both berry-based teas and surprisingly distinct in meads. I got 23 lbs. and I might need to order another considering how much I’ve been giving to friends in mason jars.