Comb #Honey is a gift from the bees directly to you. It is honey in its purest form.  Use comb honey on crackers or toast or eat it whole, like candy. The wax may be eaten too, or chewed like gum. It is also a very elegant partner on cheese trays.

Comb Honey

Comb #Honey is a gift from the bees directly to you. It is honey in its purest form. Use comb honey on crackers or toast or eat it whole, like candy. The wax may be eaten too, or chewed like gum. It is also a very elegant partner on cheese trays.

Comb Honey - Comb honey is fresh honey still in its delicate beeswax container. Since this is extracting time the comb honey is fresh and bountiful. In the store, samples are generous and very tasty. On the recent episode of ‘Chef’s Domain’ Chef Hayato Okamitsu used our comb honey in a beignet, coating it in a panko crust then deep frying it.

Comb Honey - Comb honey is fresh honey still in its delicate beeswax container. Since this is extracting time the comb honey is fresh and bountiful. In the store, samples are generous and very tasty. On the recent episode of ‘Chef’s Domain’ Chef Hayato Okamitsu used our comb honey in a beignet, coating it in a panko crust then deep frying it.

Raspberry #Honey - This raspberry varietal honey is from the lower mainland of BC where fields of raspberries grow in abundance. It has a soft, medium sweet taste, unlike the actual berry. Both fruity yet full, it almost tastes like cotton candy. Its rich flavour is best highlighted in a way that brings it to the fore such as a dessert topping or basting chicken. Sinfully good, I love eating it by the spoonful.

Raspberry Honey

Raspberry #Honey - This raspberry varietal honey is from the lower mainland of BC where fields of raspberries grow in abundance. It has a soft, medium sweet taste, unlike the actual berry. Both fruity yet full, it almost tastes like cotton candy. Its rich flavour is best highlighted in a way that brings it to the fore such as a dessert topping or basting chicken. Sinfully good, I love eating it by the spoonful.

Blue Gum #Honey

Blue Gum (Eucalyptus) Honey

Blue Gum #Honey

Chinook #Honey is non-pasteurized, non-filtered and tastes fresh from the comb. When we harvest or ‘pull’ the honey, we DO NOT use noxious butyric acid to force the bees from the hive but instead tip the surplus honey boxes (supers) on end and leave them for a period to allow the bees to leave on their own. (Read More at Link)

Chinook #Honey is non-pasteurized, non-filtered and tastes fresh from the comb. When we harvest or ‘pull’ the honey, we DO NOT use noxious butyric acid to force the bees from the hive but instead tip the surplus honey boxes (supers) on end and leave them for a period to allow the bees to leave on their own. (Read More at Link)

A gift from our bees to you, this #honey is all natural and unpasteurized.  Its primary floral sources are Alberta grown alfalfa, clover and wildflowers. Our Liquid Alberta Multi Floral Honey is also available in bulk.

Alberta Multi Floral Liquid Honey

A gift from our bees to you, this #honey is all natural and unpasteurized. Its primary floral sources are Alberta grown alfalfa, clover and wildflowers. Our Liquid Alberta Multi Floral Honey is also available in bulk.

A gift from our bees to you, this #honey is all natural and unpasteurized.  Its primary floral sources are Alberta grown alfalfa, clover and wildflowers. Our Liquid Alberta Multi Floral Honey is also available in bulk.

Alberta Multi Floral Liquid Honey

A gift from our bees to you, this #honey is all natural and unpasteurized. Its primary floral sources are Alberta grown alfalfa, clover and wildflowers. Our Liquid Alberta Multi Floral Honey is also available in bulk.

Buckwheat #Honey - Even if you consider the flavour of Buckwheat honey too strong, it still deserves a place in your pantry. For one thing, it is said that darker honeys contain more antioxidants. Antioxidants battle free radicals, and help fight heart disease and cancer, amongst other illnesses. Buckwheat honey is also a great source of iron and is higher in mineral content than any other Canadian honey. In addition, recent research has shown that it is very effective for children’s coughs.

Buckwheat #Honey - Even if you consider the flavour of Buckwheat honey too strong, it still deserves a place in your pantry. For one thing, it is said that darker honeys contain more antioxidants. Antioxidants battle free radicals, and help fight heart disease and cancer, amongst other illnesses. Buckwheat honey is also a great source of iron and is higher in mineral content than any other Canadian honey. In addition, recent research has shown that it is very effective for children’s coughs.

Extracting Chinook #Honey - YouTube

Extracting Chinook #Honey - YouTube

We are very excited to introduce a uniquely flavoured honey which is only produced in the rainforest of Tasmania.  The Leatherwood tree takes 75 years to mature enough to flower and doesn’t prolifically blossom until it is 100 to 200 years of age. The blossoms resemble small single roses with a distinctive fragrance.  The flavour of this honey is very bold and complex

A bee gathering nectar from the blossoms of a leatherwood tree - soon to be transformed into that special honey, unique to Tasmania.

#Honey Comb comes right from the hive and is full of honey, wax, and pollen. It is very healthy, and great in many recipes.

Honey Comb comes right from the hive and is full of honey, wax, and pollen.

Orange blossom #honey has the most lovely aroma as well as flavour. When you inhale its perfume you would swear you were sitting in an orange grove. You can understand why honey bees find the nectar irresistible. Orange blossom honey is great in a fruit salad where it tames the slight tartness of pineapple and prevents browning of apples and bananas.

Orange blossom #honey has the most lovely aroma as well as flavour. When you inhale its perfume you would swear you were sitting in an orange grove. You can understand why honey bees find the nectar irresistible. Orange blossom honey is great in a fruit salad where it tames the slight tartness of pineapple and prevents browning of apples and bananas.

Honey (of course)! - It’s time to honour this most precious commodity that our bees provide.  A few little known facts about honey: See our August 2012 beeline for these facts and more!

- It’s time to honour this most precious commodity that our bees provide. A few little known facts about honey: See our August 2012 beeline for these facts and more!

Raspberry Honey - This raspberry varietal honey is from the lower mainland of BC where fields of raspberries grow in abundance. It has a soft, medium sweet taste, unlike the actual berry. Both fruity yet full, it almost tastes like cotton candy. Its rich flavour is best highlighted in a way that brings it to the fore such as a dessert topping or basting chicken. Sinfully good, I love eating it by the spoonful.

Raspberry Honey - This raspberry varietal honey is from the lower mainland of BC where fields of raspberries grow in abundance. It has a soft, medium sweet taste, unlike the actual berry. Both fruity yet full, it almost tastes like cotton candy. Its rich flavour is best highlighted in a way that brings it to the fore such as a dessert topping or basting chicken. Sinfully good, I love eating it by the spoonful.

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