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1-lb. jar size, plastic with flip-top lid.
The flavor and color of honey changes by the season because the blossoms which provide nectar are blooming at different times of the year. In general, the honey gathered in spring is lighter in both color and taste than that gathered during the fall.
If there are early rains, nectar can even be gathered over the winter from the flowering eucalyptus trees. The dry and sunny breaks during the winter rains mean that bees can fly for a few hours in the middle of the day.
The four jars are selected to reflect the richness of Santa Clara valley, one of the few places in the world where bees can gather honey in every season.