Big Island Bee Hawaiian Organic Gourmet Honey
 
Hawaiian Honey

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Single floral, raw honey tastes better and is better for your health.

Our bees collect nectar from a single type of flower when they forage because the flowers on the island of Hawaii bloom at different times of the year in different parts of the island. As a result, the flavors, colors, and textures of each varietal are completely different! The flavors are also much more intense than honey that has been produced from a valley of different types of flowers, or honey that has been blended.

And because heating honey destroys its flavor, our honey is raw and unpasteurized, ensuring the flavors arenít compromised. We donít filter our honeys either, so they are full of phytonutrients.

Read Culinary Trends Magazineís article about single floral honey featuring Big Island Bees.

Honey makes the perfect gift.

Similar to wine, our honeysí unique taste profiles are based on location ó the flowers the bees collect from are only found here. But unlike wine, honey wonít be consumed in one sitting, thereby providing a lasting reminder of your thoughtfulness. Honey is also healthy, tastes great, and can be enjoyed by children and adults. See our selection of honey gifts here.

Finally, our honeys are beautifully packaged, with graceful illustrations of each varietalís blossoms by noted illustrator Dugald Stermer, providing yet another reminder of your good taste.

Now you can visit us, too.

Explore actual hives with our beekeeper and learn where the queen resides, how the hive is organized, and what makes bees so special and interesting.

You will also view tools, pictures, and displays to learn about the history of beekeeping and honey production. And, enjoy free sampling of our delicious, raw, single floral, organic honeys while you explore. Find directions and Museum hours here.