About the honey
Clover is a very common plant in Denmark. It is related to various ochrus-pea sorts. The most common clover sorts are red clover and white clover.
Clover grows wild on meadows, in dunes, roadsides and fields of grass. Clover spreads with creeping stems that take root.
The clover leaves consist of three green leaves and in rare cases by four leaves. According to old faith, a four-leaved clover means good luck for the person finding it. The flowers of the clover are accumulated in heads and are in bloom from May to September.
Clover flowers are extremely attractive to bees, due to the large production of nectar. Further, clover is self-sterile, meaning that the plant depends on insect pollination from bees, in order for the flowers and the function of the clover to develop.
Clover honey has a lovely mild and well-balanced sweetness. The texture is creamy and with a pretty pearly colour.