Mount Rainier Fireweed Honey

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Bee favorite Fireweed is a plant that enjoys cool and moist climates and thrives in Pacific Northwest forestlands as a restorative plant after wildfires. It is also considered one of the most prolific plants for honey production with its nectar having a high sugar concentration.

Enjoy this single-source "lightly spicy" or "buttery" honey by the spoonful or delicious in teas, on biscuits, peanut butter and banana sandwiches, smoothies, in salad dressings and more.

Even great when mixing mocktails or cocktails, a natural option with an added depth of flavor. Simply create Honey Water to use as an alternate for simple syrup - 2 parts honey to 1 part HOT water. Stir until dissolved. Keep in a squeeze bottle and refrigerated or on ice. It will add a little local Washington kick to any drink.

Made with organic ingredients because they support sustainable, organic methods of growing food.

100% Pure Honey, pasteurized.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Fireweed Honey And Tea.

I purchased Mt. Rainier Fireweed Honey and Good Morning Tea Gift Box for my wife for Mothers Day. She just Loves it! A toasted English muffin with honey and a cup of Ancient Sunrise for breakfast. A solid winner. Thanks

Collin Minor
Fantastic honey

I absolutely love this honey!! It's so good! I'm really happy I was finally able to find and get a good size jar of it.

Would very much recommend, and it makes me think of the Pacific Northwest that much more 🐻⛰️🐺❤️

Janeen Baldassarre
The best honey ever

This is the best honey ever. Have gifted it for birthdays and Christmas and everyone loves the taste!
My favorite ❤️

Honey turned to sugar

Rec'd gift of Honey, Mt. Rainier Fireweed and just opened it this morning.
It was a solid block of sugar. Is there a way to reduce it to a honey syrup?
Please advise.

Hi Grace,
Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback with us. As honey is a natural product, it can crystallize for many different reasons. We recommend placing the jar of honey into a bowl of warm water which will bring it back to its liquid form. Please let us know if there’s anything else we can do to help. We appreciate your business!

Taste of home!

We moved to Oklahoma but fireweed is only available in the Pacific Northwest. I order 2 to 3 times a year to stock up on our family’s favorite honey.