One cannot have a sweeter task than trying to determine the top 10 best honeys in the world. In trying to narrow down the long list of delicious honeys to 10, we are sure to leave out some honeys that deserve to be on this list. There are literally hundreds of different kinds of honeys
Royal Jelly – The Miracle Substance prepared by Taylor Oglesby This is a new item we can’t stop gushing over! Partly due to the fact that royal jelly has an extensive resume, and for good reason! We all agree that anything a bee makes is beautiful and worth a second look, and royal jelly is no different.
Do you have pure honey sitting around in your pantry that has been there for years? Maybe it’s changed color or crystallized. If you’re considering throwing it away, think again. You don’t have to toss that honey! Even if honey had been sitting on your shelf for 2,000 years, that honey would still be as
Honey Facts by Asheville Bee Charmer Locust Honey Blooming around the end of May to early June, the bees are attracted to the sweet smell of little clusters of greenish-white flowers. A Midwestern tree primarily on the west slope of the Appalachian Mountains, ranging from South Carolina up north to Pennsylvania. Flourishes in moist fertile
One of our all time favorite songs, here at Asheville Bee Charmer: Tupelo Honey ~ Van Morrison You can take all the tea in China Put it in a big brown bag for me Sail right around all the seven oceans Drop it straight into the deep blue sea She’s as sweet as Tupelo honey