Truly raw honey from bees raised sustainably in Pierce County and Kitsap County.
We never blend the honey from our hives. Throughout the year the honey flavor will change due to each hive collecting and perfecting their honey differently. It's incredibly delicious and fun to see what the next jar will taste like.
Truly raw honey is filtered but not strained. Leaving behind small bits of wax/pollen ranging in color from white to dark brown. This is normal and expected.
We won 5 awards at the Washington State Fair in 2018 with our honey and bee products. 12 awards in 2019!

Raw Honey

  • The texture of the honey will change depending on where it's stored. As the temperature changes during the year, your honey may crystallize or become solid. There is nothing wrong with the honey in this state. Some even prefer it this way. If you prefer the honey to be liquid versus solid all you need to do is heat it on a low temp in water. Once honey is heated (also know as pasturization) it will not become solid again. Please keep in mind during this process low heat may be okay but if you heat the honey with too high of heat it will kill the beneficial properties of the honey. Low and slow is the best practice if you do choose to heat.

    Honey does not have an expiration date.

  • We are happy to offer tag customization on large orders of our bigger,16oz, 12oz and 9oz jars. As well as on our elderberry. Minumum orders of 12 for included customization. 

    Bulk orders occasionally will include a discount. Please contact us to see if your large order can be discounted.