Local wildflower honey


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This delightful local honey, produced by former Mono Lake Committee staff member Alayne Meeks and her bees, is a member favorite in the bookstore. The honey is made by bees who have been pollinating the Eastern Sierra wildflower sulfur buckwheat, which gets its name from its yellow blooms. Sulfur buckwheat honey has a distinctive and rich flavor and pairs beautifully with tea to make a sweet gift.

Local wildflower honey, 8 ounces