About the Honey and the Process
Black Bee Honey comes from Dadant & Sons in High Springs, FL, one of the top businesses in the beekeeping field.
There are six different kinds of honey, including:
- Saw Palmetto
- Sourwood (seasonal)
- Orange Blosom
- Tupelo (seasonal)
Black Bee Honey employees jar and label the honey at the Dr. J.B. Callahan Neighborhood Center in Parramore, a facility approved by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Buy Our Honey at the Parramore Farmers Market
The honey is sold at a booth during the Parramore Farmers Market on most Saturdays.
Online orders will be opening soon!
Proceeds from honey sales are reinvested into the Parramore Pidz Zone (PKZ) youth employment fund, which pays the Black Bee Honey employees, as well as further investing in other PKZ programming.
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.
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Ten percent of all proceeds go directly towards Black Bee Honey.