The Bees are Buzzing

The Bees are Buzzing

Spring is here and the bees are out and about. We have just updated our Honey Guide - a guide to the tastes you'll find in our varietal honeys from bees sourcing nectar, pollen, and floral oils from flowers. Nectar is a sweet fluid made of water, sugar, carbohydrates, amino acids, and proteins that flowers produce to attract bees and other insects, birds, and mammals. Bees make honey from the nectar. They also bring back pollen. When bees are primarily visiting nectar from specific floral sources—you can taste it in the honey.

We appreciate and enjoy the nuanced taste notes and flavors from all of these sources. It is really fun to discover these notes when taste testing these honeys.


Our honey suppliers do not blend their honey with other varieties of honey, water, or syrup solutions. Our honey comes straight out of the comb, into the container, that’s it!


We never heat our honeys above 115° F in handling, leaving vital amino acids and vitamins from the honey, propolis and pollen intact.


Unlike most honey that is pressure filtered, our honey is only sieved to remove large particles, leaving you with the maximum amount of naturally occurring propolis and pollen. This process protects honey’s antioxidant, anti-fungal, and nutritional goodness.


We’ve built long term relationships with our beekeepers reliant on mutual trust. Our win-win approach honors and respects everyone—including the bees!


We source regional and nectar source specific honey, so you know where your honey comes from and the plant source of the pollen. Our nectar specific honey may come from different regions depending on the year.

You can download our Honey Guide Poster, Letter, or Post Card right here. 

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