Honey Stinger Organic Honey From Wildflowers, 12 Ounce

Editor rating

3.8/5 on February 27, 2016

User's rating

108 reviews

PROS

  • It’s very affordable (MSRP: $6.49).
  • It has a dark color because it’s sourced from genuine wildflowers.
  • True Source Certified, US Grade A
  • It has more anti-oxidants than light colored honey.

CONS

  • Some people may not like the taste.

VERDICT

What I especially like about the Honey Stinger Organic Honey from Wildflowers is its delicious taste and the price is also more than reasonable. Honey Stinger has built a reputation for making honey and honey-based products that taste great and are very healthy. Athletes and sports enthusiasts all over the country buy their products in lieu of sugar-laden energy bars because it’s healthier and very effective. If you like honey and want a product that doesn’t cost an arm and leg, try Honey Stinger’s Organic Honey from Wildflowers.

What I especially like about the Honey Stinger Organic Honey from Wildflowers is its delicious taste and the price is also more than reasonable. Honey Stinger has built a reputation for making honey and honey-based products that taste great and are very healthy. Athletes and sports enthusiasts all over the country buy their products in lieu of sugar-laden energy bars because it’s healthier and very effective. If you like honey and want a product that doesn’t cost an arm and leg, try Honey Stinger’s Organic Honey from Wildflowers.

And that’s not all. This product comes from real wildflowers so the taste is really great and you’ll notice the difference right away just by looking at its color. It’s darker than the usual honey which also means it contains more antioxidants. And surely you know that’s a good thing right?

This honey is certified organic.  While I’m not sure where this honey is sourced, most commercial honey that acheives this rating does so through a bit of a workaround.  The source of the honey may not actually be certified organic.  However, the processing facility is and it’s then legal to label the honey with the organic label.  If this concerns you this honey may not be for you.  If you know more about the source of this honey, please leave a comment below!

 

More about the Company:  This honey is made by Honey Stinger Company.  The company is based in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.  They’re known for making a variety of foodstuffs that fuel some of the best athelets in the world.  The company actually has a quite a history in the honey industry.  What I especially like is that the founders, Ralph and Luella Gamber were passionate about promoting natural products as an alternative for traditional candy.
Ralph knew that honey is a great athletic suppliment so he began promoting it to some of the local coaches.  Unfortunately Ralph was ahead of his time, and the idea never really took off.  Ralph went went on to found some of the world’s most recognizable honey brands.  He was the man behind the honey bear, and Dutch Gold Honeny company.  With all this success, it took a total rebrand in 2002 to reignite the honey athletic suppliment side of the business.  Whether or not you like this honey, you have to agree that there is a real pedigree behind this product.

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