Bee Raw Honey Varieties
This is honey as nature created it—raw, real, and from the single floral source in which we place our hives. The bees gather nectar and create a honey that is the essence of that flower. We put it in the jar.
Raw Maine Blueberry Honey: Strong and sweet with earthy components, this delectable raw Maine Blueberry honey finishes with a playful, buttery-sweet note.
Raw New York Basswood Honey: Honey is light in color, delicate and mild. This single-varietal honey features warm herbal notes and a clean finish.
Raw Maine Wild Blueberry Honey: Maine Wild Raspberry honey Maine is light and floral with a raspberry finish, intertwined with the aroma of cocoa butter. Mellow and smooth on the palate.
Raw Oregon Meadowfoam Honey: Raw Meadowfoam Honey from Oregon. Soft and sweet with notes of caramelized custard and a hint of burnt sugar.
Raw Georgia Tupelo Honey: Tupelo is considered the liquid gold of the southern swamplands. Renowned by honey connoisseurs, immortalized by Van Morrison, and nearly impervious to crystallization. Silky smooth and buttery with elusive notes of pear and hops.
Raw Colorado Sweet Yellow Honey: Sweet Yellow Clover honey from Colorado. You'll find it sweet and buttery at first taste, followed by warm undertones of cinnamon and nutmeg.