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Sweet on salty.
Life is full of rivalries. Red Sox versus Yankees. East coast versus west coast. Pepsi versus Coke. One battle that needn’t rage on? Sweet versus savory! Fragrant wildflower honey from the Hudson Valley infused with sea salt makes for a winning combination. Drizzle on peanut butter toasts or over a steamy bowl of oatmeal, and revel in the deliciousness (and pat yourself on the back for your diplomacy.)
Photography by Rocky Luten and Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Brooklyn, New York
Raw wildflower honey, sea salt
Care & Notes -
1 year shelf life. Best stored in a closed, cool place.
Meet the Maker
At Bushwick Kitchen, they believe in food that is simple and natural, yet extraordinary, unexpected, and fun. Their zingy, funky, hot sauces are made of ingredients sourced from the Hudson Valley, the Catskill Mountains, and the Flushing neighborhood of Queens, and then they infuse, mix, make, bottle, and ship from Brooklyn.View Full Profile
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