The Honey Man
Honey is all about the “floral source” or the flowers that produce the nectar that attracts the bees. Floral sources
and the potential mixtures of their nectar is nearly endless and as varied in taste as are the grapes that produce a myriad of wines. We have focused on a few sources that produce consistently great tasting pure/raw, non-pasteurized honey.
Wildflowers of Illinois produces a rich, sweet taste in the summer
and a robust, almost smoky flavor in autumn with the addition of Goldenrod,
a real taste “game changer” that makes most say, “wow” as their eyes light up.
For those looking for a “local” honey to help with their seasonal allergies, this is for you.
Available in 1.5 oz. , 16 oz and 48 oz clear PET bottles with yellow flip-top lids.
Alfalfa from Pennsylvania possesses a sweet full bodied flavor with a distinct aftertaste
we like to call “earthy”. Newcomers to this floral source are surprised how much they
like it and often choose it for its uniqueness. Available in 16 oz and 48 oz clear
PET bottles with yellow flip-top lids.
Buckwheat of Pennsylvania has a strong, molasses-type flavor. We call it the stout of honeys. As one of the darkest honeys in the US, Buckwheat delivers super-nutritional benefits like the highest antioxidant rating available. Got a cold, try some and see for yourself. Available in 16 oz and 48 oz clear PET bottles with yellow flip-top lids.
Orange Blossom from Florida has it’s very own distinct floral taste. It’s very sweet with a
hint of citrus at the end. This honey is like no other. It’s fragrance is as unique as its taste.
Available in 16 oz and 48 oz clear PET bottles with yellow flip-top lids.