The popularity of honey in the US and around the world and the lack of testing standards in the US means that much of the honey for sale in the US is adulterated with sugar syrups and even toxic chemicals. We test our honey every year and publish the results so you know our honey is pure and toxin free.Continue reading
Wildflower honey is a reflection of its botanical and geographical origin, and usually comes from a variety of sources. Typical wildflower honey contains pollen markers from 50 - 200+ different sources, and these sources vary from year to year.Continue reading
The warm weather that usually comes with spring signals the queen and the hive to ramp up activity in preparation for gathering nectar, though it can often be a risky season too, and a time when hives are lost if not managed properly.
Due to the Blackberry Winter, 2021 was a game of catch up.Continue reading
Tulip Poplar trees, also known as the fiddle tree or yellow poplar, are a majestic hardwood which dominates Appalachia. Nectar from their spectacular, tulip-shaped flowers results in a dark amber honey with deep, robust flavor.Continue reading