These honey flavour samplers are variations of our most popular creamed and infused honeys.
Themed for tea-lovers, coffee and chocolate afficionados and for the holiday season, these sampler packs contain only pure Canadian honey using a unique Canadian-made creaming machine that ensures absolute smoothness.
Perfect for house-warming and dinner party gifts, these variety packs also travel well and meet Transportation Safety Authority maximum volume requirements for carry-on luggage.
We make our lavender-infused honey with Munstead lavender grown right on our farm. Our coffee-infused honey is made with locally-roasted beans from a Peruvian women’s coffee collective. We use only the finest ingredients in our other flavours as well, including the chocolate, lemon, cinnamon and other seasonal flavours! When making these creations the smells in our honey house production facility are to die for. Each pack comes with three 60g jars. Try all three!
Samplers Available Now:
Tea Lovers: Lavender, Lemon and Traditional Creamed Honeys
Coffee Lovers: Chocolate, Cinnamon and Coffee
Holiday Lovers: Cranberry-Orange, Eggnog and Cinnamon (Seasonal)
Three 60g jars packaged in a smart-looking hexagonal case.
HOW WE KEEP BEES AND TAKE CARE OF OUR HONEY
We practice holistic beekeeping and treat our bees with great care. We don’t pasteurize or heat our honey above nest temperature during extraction or bottling. That way we protect the incredible purity, flavour and rawness of our wonderful product. We also do not blend different varietals. It’s pure honey, raw and simple.
This is what makes our honey so special: it is never really the same from one season to the next, and the flavours can subtly change. Even so, there is a stability and regularity to the honey our bees produce. Our reward over the years is a fine natural food. And our customers tell us this is perhaps the best honey they’ve tasted.
HOW DO YOU KNOW THIS IS PURE HONEY?
We rigorously protect the purity of our honey; we regularly send samples in for floral fingerprinting by Canadian honey authentication programs. These programs can identify specific forages and pollens. This process also identifies honeys that have been adulterated with other sugars. It is no surprise that our honeys pass with flying colours.