We think that honey is about the second coolest thing in the world. Or maybe tied for first. We keep about 25 beehives here on the island and are proud to sell a beautiful, raw, local honey from their efforts. Our honey is a wildflower mix, likely made from nectars including, but not limited to, clover, blackberry, hawthorn, lavender and wild mustard, although I have seen our bees working on flowers from at least 40 different species of bushes and trees! 

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In addition to our own San Juan Island Honey, we have a wholesale brand of honey called Upper Left Honey. This is honey we buy and package from other local Northwest Washington beekeepers. You can find it in stores throughout the NW.

Whether you want a drop or a bucket-full, we've got the of honey for you.

NOTE: Both our honey brands are raw, which means they are unheated and only minimally filtered. What this means for the honey is that from the minute we pour it into the jars it has begun the slow, beautiful transformation towards the solid state (i.e. crystallization). So when you order honey from us in Winter or Spring, you may find that the honey is cloudy or already solid. This is the natural state of affairs. We believe that letting honey express itself and being willing to enjoy the different stages of its maturation will make your relationship with honey happier and deeper!

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