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Our honey is produced in very rural areas of Cortland, Broome and Tompkins Counties of New York away from large agriculture operations. This allows us to produce a unique and healthy artisanal product.
We do not heat our liquid honey over 110 degrees F, to keep the flavor, pollens and live enzymes intact. It is strained to remove the small pieces of beeswax and propolis.
Summer wildflower honey has some or all of these floral sources in varying proportions, depending on the location of the beeyard (out-apiary): Russian olive, black locust,clover, yellow rocket, apple blossom, blackberry and raspberry, basswood (linden) , birdsfoot trefoil ,clover,milkweed and spotted knapweed.
We have about 30 different apiary locations and each has a different mix of flowers. Each harvest may have a slightly different flavor, due to the nectar mix collected by the bees.
These honey’s are great in tea and drizzled over fresh fruits and other foods.
All of our honey is wonderful by the spoonful 🙂
|Dimensions||13 × 13 × 15 in|