• Due to supply chain issues with glass jars, we have temporarily disabled new web orders. We hope to reopen them soon. If you need honey in the meantime, please visit any of our local sales outlets.

Frequently Asked Questions

How should I store my honey?

We recommend keeping your honey in a dry place, such as the pantry or counter. Just remember, honey doesn’t like the cold so if your pantry is on the cooler side maybe stick with the counter, and definitely don’t put it in the refrigerator.

What if my honey crystalizes?

All real honey crystalizes over time, especially if it is exposed to cooler temperatures. It is a natural process and is a sign that your honey is pure and raw. However, crystalized honey has not “gone bad” and it is still usable. Simply heat some water in a pot on the stove, but don't let it boil.  Then remove the pot from the heat source and sit your jar in the water. The honey will melt back down into its liquid form after 10-15 minutes. You may have to repeat this process depending on how crystalized the honey is. However, we don’t recommend heating the honey in the microwave or keeping the honey in the pot while it is heating up because you could overheat the honey which would decrease the health benefits and flavor.

What is creamed honey?

Creamed honey is still pure, raw, natural honey. It has just been whipped until it has a creamy consistency but it doesn’t have any cream added to it. We like creamed honey because we can add different natural flavors (like cinnamon or pecans) to create different flavor profiles that can be used in a variety of ways. But it still has all the health benefits as the regular liquid honey!

I live locally. Can I pick up my order from the farm?

Right now we do not offer farm pickup except with very large orders that are difficult to ship. However, you can always place an order online and have it delivered right to your door! We also sell our products through a variety of retailers. You can find a list of them on the Shop Local section of our online store.