I am a beekeeper and a honey hound! I produce, pack and distribute my own honeys. I also pack and distribute other honeys from beekeepers that I know and trust in the U.S. All of these honeys are natural, cold filtered and raw. Thus, all the benefits of the honeys (pollen, enzymes, minerals and of course, the sugars) are present. Each honey is different and every year that varietal can be different. Sample these honeys and you will become a honey hound too!
So much honey, so little time…
Browse our selection of varietal honeys, find out where they come from, and taste the deliciousness for yourself!
These honeys are from my bee yards. The spring honeys (pulled in July) are usually lighter and more “fruity” reflecting the mix of chokecherry, black cherry, crabapple, clover and whatever View product.
Really lucky to get this one! Most alfalfa is cut before it blooms for animal feed. Light as the butterbean in color and just as sweet. This is from central View product.
As light as the sweet clovers, who knew that lima/butterbeans would produce such a nice light honey. Great in teas and especially on vanilla ice cream! Has a tendency to View product.
“Guinness stout of honeys” is super dark honey, strong in flavor and aroma, often used in baking, pancakes/waffles, definitely a “winter" honey. Also great as a glaze on your favorite View product.
Medium amber in color, mild and smooth both in taste and texture. Slight hint of orange in aroma or bouquet…dare I say fruity? Visit our [anchor id="48" text="Order"] page to View product.
Medium amber in color, robust with slightly tart edge...kind of like cranberries maybe? Visit our [anchor id="48" text="Order"] page to purchase this honey.
Medium amber in color, rich texture, mild and a perennial favorite...liquid gold perhaps? Visit our [anchor id="48" text="Order"] page to purchase this honey.
Medium amber in color, nutty and some say honey with a “kick”... a real buzz for your buds? Visit our [anchor id="48" text="Order"] page to purchase this honey.
Dutch (from my yards on East Coast) is slightly less sweet than clover honey and somewhat darker in color. Light and delicate...this honey is great on or in anything. Visit View product.