RAW MOUNTAIN HONEY
THAT'S DANGEROUSLY DELICIOUS

Killer Bees Honey is uniquely situated in the Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina. Our mountaintop apiaries are surrounded by 512,000 farm-free acres of the Pisgah National Forest, where our honey bees are free to forage for the purest ingredients imaginable. The result? Organic honey products with unmatched flavor and quality that keep our customers coming back to taste the magic of each year's harvest. Our dangerously delicious sourwood, wildflower and clover honeys are just the beginning... we've got you covered with a range of bath & body products, gifts and more powered by natural hive ingredients!

Killer Bees Honey is proud to be a 2021 Good Food Awards finalist! Killer Bees Honey is proud to be a 2021 Good Food Awards finalist!

A Perfect Holiday Gift

Introducing the D'VINE Cookies & Killer Bees Honey Gift Basket

Our exclusive luxury gift basket pairs D'LUXE Cookies from D'VINE with our unique Summer Sweet Wildflower Honey in an elegant handblown Italian bottle. Now with FREE SHIPPING for the holidays!

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2021 Smoky Mountain Wildflower HoneyLicense To Thrill Honey Soap PackageNatural Honey Lip Balm & Beeswax Salve SetKiller Beeswax Salve & Soap Set2021 Southern Sourwood Fusion

Pure. Natural. Uncensored.

  • Our apiary is surrounded by 512,000 farm-free acres of the Pisgah National Forest.
  • Our honey is never blended, flavored, heated, or pasteurized.
  • Our honey is harvested, hand-bottled and packaged at our mountaintop apiaries in the Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina.

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Killer Bees Honey - From Our Hives in the Pisgah Forest

From our hives in the

Pisgah National Forest

Killer Bees Honey is proud to be recognized by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission as a wildlife refuge. We strive to provide a better place not just for visitors like us, but for generations of insects and animals that pollinate 90% of the surrounding Pisgah Forest and the Southern Appalachian Mountains.

More About Our Wildlife Refuge