Black Bee Honey is a student entrepreneurship program founded by the youth in Parramore Kidz Zone.
This honey is from the Saw Palmetto. This full-bodied honey, with hints of citrus and smokey wood overtones, is sweet and fruity.
The fragrant blossoms of the sweet orange tree add a nice touch to Spring. They also bring us sweet Orange Blossom Honey with the subtle fragrance and taste of the citrus flowers used to make it. This honey is loaded with natural antioxidants and immune boosting properties.
A heavy and sweet combination of wildflowers brings this dark amber honey to life. With varying blooming flowers throughout the year, each jar will have a unique taste and composition. The mix of floral nectar adds potential health benefits including suppressing allergic reactions.
Exclusive to Florida and Georgia, Gallberry Honey gets its distinctive flavor from the Holly family and is considered a southern kitchen secret. This mild, light honey, with hints of molasses and sorghum, is a perfect table honey or used in baking.
Founded in 2017, Black Bee Honey is a youth entrepreneurship program operated by the Orlando Community and Youth Trust, a non-profit organization. Students from the Parramore and Holden Heights communities in Orlando, Florida are working to turn their communities from food deserts to food oases. Through nutritious honey they provide their community with access to food with health benefits that also serves as a great substitute to sugar.
In our few years of operation we’ve had the honor of being guests on the Steve Harvey Show where Steve gifted us with an iGourmet partnership allowing us to have international reach. We’ve also expanded our local footprint through partnerships with Central Florida companies such as Popcorn Junkie, Grand Bohemian, Artisans Table and Ivanhoe Brewery. We’ve even had the honor of being recognized with awards such as the MAN UP Mentoring Award and the Eagle Award for Outstanding Community Achievement.
We’re grateful for our journey thus far and glad you’ve landed on our site.