Our bees reside in stationary hives that never move locations, so all of our honey is technically wildflower honey.  The bees forage on whatever might bee available in their radius and we don’t produce a true varietal honey.  However, because we extract in small batches, we can typically tell what the predominant floral sources are during each week’s batch of honey. Here’s this year’s list of batches, the apiary locations, and their brief descriptions!


2021 Batch AEast VincentThis batch is a combination of honey leftover from last year that the bees didn't consume over the winter and fresh honey from this year's new season.  Since honey has an infinite shelf life, this is a fun blend of two years' worth of honey from all seasons.  Mild flavor, not quite as light as the earlier spring honeys.
2021 Batch BKimbertonThis lighter and sweeter honey is our second batch of the 2021 honey season! This honey is a pale yellow color and is very sweet with a fresh and lightly floral flavor. Primarily from Black Locust Trees.
2021 Batch CKimbertonThis honey is a pale yellow color and is very sweet with a fresh and lightly floral flavor. Primary floral source is Black Locust Trees
2021 Batch DKimbertonThis honey is a pale yellow color and is very sweet with a light flavor and delicate floral notes. Primary floral sources are Black Locust trees and Tulip Poplar.
2021 Batch EGlenmooreThis honey was collected in partnership with Camphill Soltane in Glenmoore. The beehives help to support their mission to cultivate and strengthen inclusive communities by advocating alongside people with disabilities. For more information, check out camphillsoltane.org! As for the honey, this is a light, Spring honey - very sweet with light floral notes. There was a tiny bit of Fall dark honey carried over winter that snuck into this batch, so you might find some malty, molasses notes hiding in there as well.
2021 Batch FKimbertonA very light, floral spring honey for Batch F - probably mostly Linden and Tulip Poplar.
2021 Batch GEast VincentA light, floral spring honey for Batch G - probably a good mix of everything blooming in June.
2021 Batch HKimbertonBatch H marks our transition from those light, floral spring honeys into our midsummer clover honeys. It's ever so slightly darker than the previous batch with a touch of clover.
2021 Batch IKimbertonPrimarily clover, Batch I is going to be a little richer than our spring honeys. Upon first taste, notes of crisp red apple jumped out at me in this one! It definitely has more fruity notes than the more floral spring varieties.
2021 Batch JKimberton
2021 Batch KEast Vincent