Our little honey farm is situated on 12 acres of woodland near the Saginaw Bay. Our bees feast on black locust, basswood, and maple trees in the spring, and move on to star thistle, loosestrife, wild clover, and wild berries in the summer, and end the honey making season on golden rod and asters in the fall. Our honey is sweet, with just a hint of tang to it, with a mellow, delicious honey flavor.
Shop our collection of organic skin care products made with ingredients from our own hives. Our thick, rich beeswax hand cream with probiotics is a must for the upcoming winter months.
Our honey soap is made using the old fashioned cold process method. Each bar cures for 4-6 weeks to ensure you get a mild, gentle bar of soap. All of our soap contains honey and tussah silk fibers, so it is extra nourishing to your skin.
Raw honey or natural cold process soap make a favor that your guests are sure to appreciate. Browse our selection of rustic yet elegant honey and soap favors for your next event.
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