Our honey harvest process starts in late May to early June. The Spring crop is usually a combination of American Holly and Tulip Poplar nectars. Our August harvest is composed of wildflower nectars. We usually keep our supers off after our August harvest to allow our hives to have all the darker Fall nectar flows.
Visit our honey house to see how the honey is extracted from the honeycomb. We hand uncap our honey super frames before extracting the honey. Straining and bottling is also performed by hand. Our honey bottling process gently warms the honey to the natural hive temperature (93-95 degrees) at which point every bottle is poured by hand.