Original Wildflower Raw Honey, Creamed & Soft, 11oz (pack of 3)


  • PURE RAW HONEY: 100% Pure and Natural Raw Wildflower Honey, 11 oz each, pack of 3, (total 33oz)

  • Our Soft (creamed or whipped)  honey has a smooth, sumptuous texture that is perfect as a spread but preserves the goodness of raw honey

  • COLOR AND TASTE: light yellow color with a creamy texture and mild wildflower flavor that you will love

  • CONTAINS NO artificial preservatives, colors, refined sugar, gluten, wheat, yeast, corn, soy, dairy, egg. NON GMO, Paleo friendly  and Gluten Free

  • QUALITY: Unfiltered, Unheated, and Unpasteurized RAW wildflower honey US Grade A

      Why Apiterra?


      Apiterra Raw honey comes straight from the beehive in its natural state, meaning it has not been processed i.e. filtered or heated. Using our unique cold whipping technology we are able to keep all the healthy nutrients of raw honey intact while giving you a deliciously creamy, melt-in-your mouth experience each spoon of honey you eat.


      100% PURE HONEY

      Our Apiterra Raw Honey contains NO artificial preservatives, colors, refined sugar, gluten, wheat, yeast, corn, soy, dairy, egg. NON GMO, Paleo friendly, OU Kosher and Gluten Free

      The difference between raw honey and regular honey is that in addition to being pure, “raw” honey has not been heated or filtered. 

      Never heating and never filtering is the best way to preserve the natural minerals, vitamins, and enzymes found in raw honey as it exists in the beehive.

      Apiterra raw honey has never been heated or filtered.

      Never heated: when honey is heated above the average maximum temperature of a typical beehive (95 degrees Fahrenheit), most of the natural enzymes of honey are destroyed. Therefore we choose to not heat our raw honey, unlike other raw honey producers.

      Never filtered: more than ¾ of  honey that is sold  is filtered (Liquid), in order to remove all the pollen and beeswax, mostly for cosmetic reasons, sometimes to hide the origin. We like our raw honey to be real, so we choose to keep these elements, especially because pollen contains many beneficial vitamins.

      If you’ve beed asking:
      - Why is it solid (crystallized)? 
      - Is it Sugar?
      - Has it gone off?

      MYTH: Crystallized honey is adulterated (spoiled) or contains sugar.

      FACT: Many assume that crystallized honey is adulterated or ‘spoiled.’ This is absolutely not so. Real unheated and unfiltered raw honey crystallizes. The crystallization process is natural and spontaneous. Pure, raw and unheated honey has a natural tendency to crystallize over time with no effect on the honey other than color and texture. 


      Learn more:

      Raw Honey vs Regular honey

      Raw Honey benefits


      Customer Reviews

      Based on 22 reviews
      Kelly Montanye
      Great product!

      This is by far the best honey I have had! I Love this product so much I have been giving it to my friends and family for gifts!!

      Margita Rushing
      Apiterra Original Raw Honey Is the Best

      Have been a fan of Apiterra original raw honey for several years now, and am enjoying the new, 11 oz jars the honey is packaged in. I am aware Apiterra suggests their honey is not just for hot tea, and that using it in hot tea minimizes some of its beneficial properties, but I do use it every single morning in my tea. The smooth, creamy honey adds so much flavor to whatever tea I choose. It has become a part of my morning routine, and I take it with me when I travel, too. Also? Apiterra, Inc. has the best customer service around.

      Excellent flavor

      Excellent flavor

      Will order more. Love it

      Will order more. Love it

      Fantastic honey!

      Fantastic honey! Light, floral and fragrant. I will definitely buy this again!

      Blog posts

      Raw Honey vs Regular Honey

      Raw Honey vs Regular Honey

      Many people believe that raw honey provides more health benefits than regular honey. Is raw honey more healthful, and what are the differences?

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