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Our sustainably harvested honey (miel) is a sweet, golden treat specially made by our honeybees. We do not heat, process or filter our honey, allowing the beneficial enzymes to remain present in the honey and maintain its medicinal benefits. 9wt oz (6fl oz)


Raw honey naturally contains floral essence, pollen, propolis, and wax, making it a superfood.

**Our honey is not certified organic and there are a few reasons for this ! The main one is that bees are adventurers and often forage up to 3-5miles from their hives. Therefore, we have no control over where they get nectar and pollen. We strive to educate and inform about the importance of organic farming and the effects harsh chemicals have on our beautiful eco-system.

How to use

Pairs well with homemade fruit or salad dressing or in a fish/poultry marinade.

Shipping & Returns

Once your order is placed, it will take up to 3 business days to ship. Shipping times vary but typically take between 2-5 days.

If your order is over $100, shipping is free. Otherwise, it is a flat rate of $7.99.

If you are unhappy with your order, contact us within 60 days and we will gladly figure out a solution!


What gives honey its color, smell, texture, and taste?—The properties of honey change based on the flowers the bees foraged on. Honey gets its color, smell, texture, and taste from the nectar and pollen that a hive gathers to make it. A hive can produce different types of honey from season to season.

What is the difference between light and dark honey?—Light honey has a milder and softer sweetness, while dark honey comes with a bolder and richer sweet flavor. Think of it as similar to comparing white sugar with brown sugar wherein white sugar is just plainly sweet while brown sugar has a more complex flavor profile.

Why is my honey crystallized?—Raw honey naturally crystallizes. The honey will go back to a liquid state when it’s warmed up. You can either gently warm up the jar with warm water or just warm up the spoonful you are using.

What is raw honey?—Raw honey is best described as honey “as it exists in the beehive”.It is made by extracting honey from the honeycombs of the hive and pouring it over a mesh or nylon cloth to separate the honey from impurities like beeswax and dead bees. Once strained, raw honey is bottled and ready to be enjoyed.On the other hand, the production of regular honey involves several more steps before it is bottled — such as pasteurization and filtration.

What are the benefits of raw honey?—Raw honey has many benefits. It is a good source of antioxidants, it has antibacterial & antifungal properties, and helps provide burn and wound healing on the skin.

Can you use raw honey on your face?—Yes! Using raw honey on your face can work as a treatment for acne, scarring, and dull or dry skin. Raw honey is more expensive than other kinds of honey, but it's relatively inexpensive compared to other skin cosmetics for your face.

Does honey expire?—No! 100% untreated honey does not expire as long as it is in a sealed container and stored in a cool, dry place.

Is honey better than sugar?—Yes, if you need a little extra sweetness, completely raw honey (like our Happy Honey!) is better than sugar as it contains more nutrients, enzymes, vitamins, and antioxidants than sugar. It is worth noting that honey does have slightly more calories than sugar, but it is also sweeter so you will need less of it!

Is raw honey good for you?—Yes! 100% untreated raw honey can be good for you in moderation. It has nutrients, vitamins, enzymes, and antioxidants that have been shown to improve your immune system.

How is honey made?—Honey starts from flower nectar, which is collected by bees. The nectar is brought back to the hive and passed on to house bees who chew it up and pass it from bee to bee. This mixture has too much water so the bees usually fan it and dry it out to remove the excess water. This eventually becomes honey which is placed in the cell of the honeycomb and capped with beeswax for storage until it is ready to be eaten by the bees!

Where is our honey from?—Our honey comes from our farm in Merced and several other farms around the central coast of California. It is 100% sustainably harvested raw honey.

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"so good! Definitely a family favorite!"

  • cruelty free product

    No bees are harmed in the making of our products

  • sustainably harvested honey and cbd  product

    Pesticide free and carefully harvested by our beekeepers

  • handmade with love by a beekeeper in California

    by a beekeeper in Merced, California.


Origin: Merced, California
Color: brown orange
Texture: smooth, silky, easily-spreadable
Sweetness: 4 out of 5 honey jars
Flavor: fruity flavor with a delicious floral aftertaste
Fun Fact: Orange blossom nectar naturally contains traces of caffeine which can boost the memory of bees. This memory boost helps the bees remember where this tasty, citrusy nectar is located so they will continue coming back for more!

Our Process

We only harvest honey when it is necessary and beneficial to our hives. If there is excess honey, we are able to remove a honey frame or two from our hives.


Where do you source your honey and beeswax?

our honey and beeswax comes from our 10-acre farm in merced, california. OUr uncle’s apiary in salinas, california, and from different apiaries we partner with in california.

What are your most popular products?

our top three selling products are our happy honey and strawberry birthday candles.

what makes our happy honey so special?

our honey is harvested thoughtfully and careful in small batches, we never take more than the bees can give, our honey is seasonal and every variety will vary in color, taste, texture, and smell.

Is your honey certified organic?

our honey is not certified organic. bees can fly out a radius of 3 miles from their hive. our farm is only 10 acres big and we unfortunately cannot fully control where all of our bees forage.