Wildflower Honey

Raw and All Natural

Our bees visit a wide variety of wildflowers such as dandelion, wild raspberry, bittersweet, asters, clover, and milkweed, along with flowering trees like maple, willow, sumac, and locust, to create a wonderfully unique, light honey.

 

As August turns to September the bees bring in goldenrod, aster, and Japanese knotweed, producing an amber, more robust flavored, honey. In cooperation with other beekeepers who have the same standards of beekeeping and honey handling practices, we bring you the "Bordeaux of Honeys" from across Connecticut.  

UPDATE:  Two of our hives produced the most extraordinary honey we've ever tasted in the 20 years we've been harvesting honey from our apiaries.  We've saved the BEST for last and have labeled this as EVANS RESERVE, now available while supply lasts. Look for it in our online store!