Honey Varieties


 

Honey we have in bounty

The many delicious varieties of local honey.

Colors and flavors of honey may vary throughout the year depending upon flower bloomage and location.

 

California Wildflower

We have created a special blend that captures all of the pollens and nectars of the counties by the Bay. The blend changes with the seasons.

  

East Bay Wildflower

A blend of forests and hillsides adorned with mustard, wild radish and  Eucalyptus. 

 

Buzzerkeley

A mosaic of Berkeley backyard foliage, exotic, native, from tropical to

English garden all blended together to make a unique and special golden honey.


Marin Wildflower 

A buttery mixture of native wildflowers, California Poppy, Lupine, 
Pennyroyal, and Monkey Flower,  as well as backyard varieties such as Mexican Sage, 
Peppermint, Crepe Myrtle, and Eucalyptus with a slight lemony flare. 


Napa Wildflower

Honey from wine country.


Orange Blossom

Our bees spend the early spring pollinating the orange blossoms and gathering the special floral pollens and nectars that give pure Orange Blossom honey its light, flowery taste and color.


Sonoma Wildflower

Apple and pumpkin blossoms are just a few of the delicious flavors that make up this very special honey.


SF Bay Area Blend

A mix of wildflower honey from the counties by the Bay. A great honey to combat pollen allergies.


Wild West

A rich dark honey blend. Great for barbecue sauces, biscuits, baking, and just good eating.



Rare, Specialty Honey

Please call for availability. (707) 556-8088

Colors and flavors of honey may vary throughout the year depending upon flower bloomage and location.


Blackberry 

A darker honey that tastes a bit like marshmallow and a bit like cotton candy,

an amazing flavor made by nature. 

Buckwheat

A rich, strong, dark brown almost molasses type honey.

CIA

Harvested from our beehives at the organic garden of the Culinary Institute of America, Greystone in St. Helena, California. The honey is complex, reflecting the flowers, seasonal crops, herbs, and wildflowers growing in and near the garden.

Clover

Harvested from areas prevalent with clover flowers.

Eucalyptus

The Blue Gum Eucalyptus and Acacia Trees bloom side by side creating this fabulous honey.

Fairfax Wildflower

Mountain and valley flowers, many natives that grow in the unique Marin climate, some of which include star thistle, pennyroyal, anise, and eucalyptus, although they may change depending upon the season.

Lavender Infused

We run our Bay Area Blend Honey through an unbleached cheesecloth filled with Lavender flowers for several weeks until it is saturated with Lavender essence. This honey tastes like Lavender blossoms smell - perfume for your palette. 

Fairmont Hotel SF Rooftop

Our bees on the Fairmont rooftop manage to find a bounty of flowers in the yards of the heart of the City. Our bees here are very productive and produce a wildflower blend that is rich and unique.

Mount Tam

From the sunny, lower slopes of Mount Tamalpais, Marin County. This honey is dark and caramelly and has a very wild berry flavor.

Star Thistle 

Voted best in the bay by SF Magazine, Star Thistle honey comes from a yellow thistle. One can forgive this flower for being so prickly because its pollen produces a lovely gentle, light, but thick and flowery honey from the Dublin, Walnut Creek area. 

Sweet Solano

Nut blossoms, pumpkin, squash blossoms, and sunflowers make up some of the nectars in Solano County honey.

 

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