Aloha, sweet flavor.
Pull out the cheese board: We can’t wait to pair this honey with some grilled rustic bread and Gruyère. It’s harvested on the Hawaiian Islands from native tropical plants, and it’s certified organic, to boot. As if things couldn’t get any sweeter, you get to pick from two flavors: Macadamia Blossom (nutty and rich, with notes of vine fruits and molasses) and Wililaiki Blossom (deep and sultry, with a hint of burnt sugar flavor).
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