Search:  

Marshall's Farm Natural Honey
159 Lombard Rd
American Canyon, CA 94503
1-800-624-4637
honey@marshallshoney.com



Marshall's Honey Facebook Marshall's Honey Twitter
Marshall's Honey Google Plus Marshall's Honey Pinterest


Thu, 30 Oct 2014 18:48:01 PDT
Marshall's Farm Honey has gone Kauaiian. We've installed the first of 4 hives at our new home on Kauai. We may have Hula Honey by the bee-ginning of 2015.



Wed, 22 Oct 2014 13:00:00 PDT
Your Daily dose of awwwww


The Daily Cute: Playing Dress Up
parade.condenast.com
Whether it’s in people clothes, as other animals, or as our favorite fictional characters, we humans like dressing up our pets. There’s something about an animal lying comfortably in our home which screams, “Blank canvas for your imagination!” Launch the gallery for 15 photos of some costumed cuddle…

Tue, 21 Oct 2014 18:00:01 PDT
Haha very clever it's a Zom-Bee


Original Zom-Bee Homemade Halloween Costume
ideas.coolest-homemade-costumes.com
My daughter and her Zombee costume! My daughter hates to be pretty for Halloween, every year it's a Vampire, Witch or some form of the undead. We ha...




 MARSHALL'S FARM HONEY VARIETIES

HONEYS BY LOCATION: Take A Tour Around SAN FRANCISCO BAY and NORTHERN CALIFORNIA in a Honey Jar
Our honey varieties have creative names to honor our creative bees and the locations of our apiaries.

Terroir
Varietal
Description on Top Dot Label
Alameda County: Buzzerkely Beehives in Berkeley?



California Honeys: Alfalfa Honey A very healthy honey

Bee Butter Incredible, Spredible, Deliciousy Edible - naturally crystalizes in the jar. This one doesn't drip!

Berry Tasty Nectar from mixed berry varieties make this honey

California Sage Honey A light honey - not always available

California Wildflower Honey Thick & Rich - California Gold
California Honeys: You pick the Honey, we have the fun labels Happy Holidays Honey A great Christmas Stocking Stuffer
California Honeys: You pick the Honey, we have the fun labels Happy Honeykah Honey Give one for each of the 8 nights of "HONEYkah."

Honey So Fresh The Bees don't know it's missing yet
California Honeys: You pick the Honey, we have the fun labels Honeymoon Honey Share this Sweet Nectar & you'll Stick together
California Honeys: You pick the Honey, we have the fun labels It's not my Faultline Honey Try this one with a jar of "Faultline Honey."
California Honeys: You pick the Honey, we have the fun labels Kiss Me Honey Pucker Up when you taste this sweet nectar.

Infused Lavender Honey You can taste the flowers in this jar of honey.
California Honeys: You pick the Honey, we have the fun labels L'Shana Tovah Honey Celebrate Jewish New Year with this honey
California Honeys: You pick the Honey, we have the fun labels Mystery Blend The label on the bucket got lost, but we can guarantee it's bee-licious.

Organic Our wildflower honeys from the wildest places qualify for this label

S.F. Bay Area Beekeeper's Blend A mix of wildflower honey from the counties by the Bay. A great honey to combat pollen allergies

Star Thistle Honey Our famous Star Thistle Honey! Voted one of the 125 best things to eat in San Francisco Magazine!


Wild Blackberry YUM

Wild West Wildflower A rich dark honey blend. Great for barbecue sauces, biscuits, baking & just good eating.



Contra Costa: Contra Costa Wildflower CoCoCo Honey

East Bay Wildflower Take the Bay Bridge from S.F. to Alameda & Contra Costa Counties for this wildflower honey.



El Dorado: Foothills Flower The Honey with Sole

Manzanita Honey California Manzanita Honey - a dark honey - Mrs. Marshall's favorite.

Mountain Flower From the Forests of the Sierra Nevada



Marin: Beach Blossom Honey Bring the coastal blossoms to your table.

Eucalyptus Honey EuCacialicious - The Eucalyptus & Acacia trees bloom side by side for this honey.

Fairfax Flower A Village mix from Fairfax & San Anselmo.

Hippie Honey from Bolinas

Haunted Honey The Graveyard bees made this honey.

Jailbreak You'll bee sentenced to life with Marshall's Farm Honey when you taste this from San Quentin.

Lucas Valley Wildflower It's out of this world when we have it.

Marin Epicenter You'll Shake, You'll Quake, You'll Cook & Bake with Marin Epicenter Honey.

Marin Mix From the finest zip codes in the county.

Marin Wildflower Bees by the Bay

Mill Valley Honey Perfect for your Latte!

Mt. Tam Organic Honey From the sunny lower slopes of Marin's most famous mountain

Muir Beach - Registered Organic Honey From the windswept seaward side of Marin's most famous Mountain

Nicasio Honey Honey Ranch Style

Novato Wildflower Bees from the Burbs

Power Flower This Honey will Knock out your Honey Receptors.

Saints & Sinners A blend From Domincan & San Quentin

San Rafael Wildflower Try it You'll Like it.

Tiburon Honey These bees have a great view of the Golden Gate.

West Marin Wildflower - Registered Organic Honey The toast of the coast great on toast at the coast.



Napa: CIA Honey from the Organic Garden of the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone, Napa V alley

Honey I'm Home from the home of Marshall's Farm at the Flying Bee Ranch in American Canyon

Napa Valley Wildflower A fine vintage from California's most famous Wine Country.

St. Helena Meritage A Very special blend of Napa Valley Honey.



San Francisco: S.F. City Limits Honey 94BZZ - Honey harvested only from our San Francisco hives.

Neighborhood Honeys Honey from specific San Francisco neighborhoods.



San Joaquin: Big Valley Honey Starring San Joaquin Bean

Clover Honey Roll Me Over Roll Me Over in a field of 5-Leaf Clovers - It's that good.

Orange Blossom Honey From California Orange Groves. The Orangey-est, Blossomy-est-House & Garden Magazine called our Orange Blossom "The Best Take on this Variety in America."



San Mateo: Faultline Honey You'll Shake, You'll Quake, You'll Cook & Bake with Faultline Honey - a fun gift with "It's not my Faultline Honey!"



Solano: Sweet Solano Honey Wildflower Honey at its Best



Sonoma: Lavender Honey Seasonal & scarce from our Sonoma County hives

Petals Luma from the nectars of the flowers in the greater Petaluma area in Sonoma County

Pumpkin Blossom It's incredible, strong and squashy.from the natural nectars of the pumpkin flowers.

Sonoma County Wildflower usually a Mildflower honey

Wine Country Wildflower From the Vineyards, Hills, & Valleys of Sonoma County

Honey Varieties Are Seasonal. Here Are Some Of Our Favorites:
Eucalyptus Honey
While the bees in most of the United States are trying to survive harsh winters, our San Francisco Bay Area Bees are making Winter Honey from the blooms of the coastal Blue Gum Eucalyptus and Acacia Trees.
Infused Lavender
Honey
This Honey tastes like Lavender Blossoms smell - like perfume for your palette.
Orange Blossom Honey
Our California Honey Bees spend the early Spring pollinating the Orange blossoms & gathering the special floral pollens and nectars that give pure Orange Blossom honey its light flowery taste & color.
Star Thistle Honey
A most unique tast & light yellow color always denotes pure Star Thistle Honey. California's middle to late summer flower is found in those seemingly barren brown hills. The plant, with its sharp spikes & yellow flowers is not a friendly one - It is a rancher's nightmare & beekeeper's dream come true. The spikes, however, seem to guard the sweet nectars within. Only the honey bee can bring this unique taste to us to harvest for you.
Manzanita Honey
A rich dark honey harvested from the California foothills. A favorite!
Alfalfa Honey
A healthful mild honey, harvested from the east side of the Sierras.
Wildflower Honey
Napa Valley Wildflower, Sonoma County Wildflower, Marin Wildflower, East Bay Wildflower & more. Our wildflower honeys are complex reflecting the nectar mix from many different seasonal wildflowers. Some are mild, some burst with flavor. Some are dark and strong like molasses. Light honeys tend to be from Spring harvests. Most of the dark strong honeys are harvested in Fall.
Bay Area Beekeepers Blend
The Magic Of Blending: Our Beekepper, Spencer Marshall, has created a special blend that captures all of the pollens & nectars of the Counties by the Bay. The blend changes with the seasons. A truly exciting honey. Great for alleargy relief too!
Very Special Limited Harvest Honey Varieties
CIA Honey
Harvested from our beehives at the Organic Garden of the Culinary Institute of America, Greystone, St. Helena, Napa Valley, CA. Harvesting four times each year creates four distinct honeys from this locations. The honey is complex, reflecting the flowers, seasonal crops, herbs & wildflowers growing in and near the garden. The honey harvests are small. The tastes are always extraordinary!
Lavender Honey
Lavender growers in California are scarce, but our Beekeeper has brought our bees to the Lavender fields of Sonoma County. Beekeeper, Bees, Lavender flowers, together, have created this exquisite taste foryou.
Pumpkin Blossom Honey
It's incredibly unique, its taste - "Squashy" - Our bees pollinate the pumpkin blossoms. Our beekeeper harvests the honey just after the bloom is over. The taste is like no other.
Very Berry Honey
Harvested from our hives at Boyd's Napa Valley Organic Berry Farm... A late Spring - early Summer bloom. A very delicate taste. A prize winner !
San Francsico
City Limits Honey
The bees that make this honey buzz around the neighborhoods of San Francisco. They are so happy with the City blooms, they
never leave town. The honey is a true village mix reflecting Eucalyptus, Wildflowers, Garden Herbs and Fruit Tree Blossoms.
Funny Hunnys (Infused Honeys)
Coconut
If you like Coconut, you'll love this dessert spread. Try it on ice cream or yogurt.
Raspberry
Flavored with Raspberry - no berries - just the "Rasp"!
Lemon
Great in tea or glaze a salmon with this honey.
Cinnamon
A Stick of Cinnamon flavors this honey.
Ginger
Flavored with real Ginger Pulp. Put this in your tea.
This testimonial was sent from the U.K. after the writer received a gift of
Star Thistle Honey......

"I have a confession to make, I do not cook with honey! The honey that you so kindly sent over to me is just too good to hide amongst other flavours. To camouflage the amazing Star Thistle honey beneath day to day ingredients is a sacrilege too unworthy to contemplate. I know exactly how to treat your honey, it should be hidden from the unsophisticated, and when the mood is right...(and noone is looking?), sipped from a small silver spoon! Yes that's the way to really enjoy the golden ambrosia. Honey is to
be savoured for it's own sake and not mixed with anything other than soothing background music. It is to be indulged for the luxury that it is. Indeed I would suggest that the honey is kept in a suitably grandiose receptacle and so make the experience that much more enjoyable. I have a stoneware jar that fits the bill admirably. Mmm! Mmm!"