Vermont is known for its rich, pure maple syrup, but one apiary is changing all that — they want to bring your attention to the state's honey instead. This honey is made from colonies located in the Champlain Valley of the Green Mountain State and left unheated, unpasteurized, and unprocessed — making it thicker and less transparent, but also richer and more delicious with a full range of vitamins, enzymes, and nutrients. There's no antibiotics or miticides used on the bees resulting in honey flavored from the natural enzymes already present. Use it in marinades, on toast, or in your favorite tea.
Bees never treated with any chemicals or miticides
Made in Vermont