The story behind this honey begins in our isolated Kiawe Forest, where our bees collect Kiawe nectar of exceptional purity and quality. Normally this nectar results in an extraordinary white and creamy, naturally crystallizing honey. But at the very end of the Kiawe blooming season, which we call the Sunset Bloom, our bees sometimes make honey that is the color of lemon frosting. The honey has the same creamy texture as our typical white Kiawe Honey, but there is a faint hint of citrus and a yummy beeswax finish. We do not know if this creamy yellow honey is the result of a change in the Kiawe trees' physiology, or if the bees are blending Kiawe nectar with the nectar from a small seasonal, unidentified bloom within the forest. We enjoy the mystery behind this very rare honey and you will not be disappointed by its gourmet quality, texture and flavor.