With major nectar flows just around the corner, Pualani Bee Farm is clearing out shelves of all honey varietals from 2020 to make room for Hawaii Island's forthcoming abundant spring harvest. This Spring 2020 multi-estate harvest of Ohia Lehua Honey from lower Puna District has a characteristically light-yellowish hue and subtle floral sweetness with a high glucose content that naturally crystalizes over time, thus transforming into a thick and creamy consistency. Ohia Lehua Honey is one of the Big Island's most popular specialty varietals. Derived from the nectar of the Ohia Lehua tree, a flowering species that is endemic to the six largest Hawaiian islands (and found nowhere else in the world), this monofloral varietal is one of the world's rarest honeys.
Ohia Lehua Honey / Summer & Spring 2020 - Multi-Estate Varietal
All 100% raw Hawaiian honey can naturally solidify or crystalize. To reliquify, place jar in warm water.
WARNING: Bee products should not be given to children under 12 months of age or to persons with allergies to bee stings.