Séka Hills Wildflower Honey draws its distinctive taste from the rolling hills and fields of Northern California’s Capay Valley. Its richness and depth come from the extensive variety of wildflowers such as redbud, rose clover and ceanothus found on 9,000 acres of tribal land, where thousands of hives are strategically distributed.
Séka Hills partners with renowned beekeeper John Foster to collect and bottle the honey. The dark amber honey is boldly flavored and aromatic. It adds depth to hearty baked goods, such as whole-grain breads. Paired with full-bodied cheeses as well as fresh cheeses and yogurt, this honey provides layers of flavors reminiscent of molasses and brown sugar caramel.