Don't be fooled by the name! This fruit-forward honey from Ontario's wetlands is divine.
This rare honey comes from 3000 acres of conservation wetland located in southern Ontario. The marsh wildflowers the bees visit include marsh cinquefoil, loosestrife, arrowhead, Joe Pyeweed, rose mallow, swamp milkweed, among others.
Bright yellow in colour, Marsh Honey is a multifloral honey with a complex flavour. When eaten by the spoonful, it delivers an initial thick smooth sweetness, with hints of mocha, butterscotch, and tobacco, with a long tangy finish.
Product of Ontario