This limited, 2,000-bottle run of local varietal honey comes entirely from bees and beekeepers located in New York. You’ll instantly notice its remarkably fresh floral notes, full-bodied finish and a distinct New York sweetness as invigorating as a trip through the Catskills.
From the rooftop hives of New York City’s urban beekeeping to rural Upstate New York’s cascading wildflowers, this rare, raw & unfiltered local honey couldn’t be made anywhere else. Our New York beekeepers produced this high-quality local honey with a unique floral flavor right in their own backyard.
We partner with beekeepers throughout Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas to bring you medium-bodied local honey that’s smoother than a Southern drawl.
We partner with beekeepers from all along the Rockies to bring you local honey made in the range’s densely forested valleys and rolling hills.
We partner with beekeepers throughout the Mid-Atlantic region to bring you local honey sweetened by its grassy meadows and coastal lowlands.
We partner with Oregon beekeepers to bring you authentic, raw & unfiltered local honey direct from the Sunset State. It has a medium-bodied, smooth, earthy flavor.
We partner with beekeepers throughout the Midwest to bring you sweet and smooth local honey with a light, refreshing flavor.
We partner with Florida beekeepers to bring you authentic, raw & unfiltered local honey. Beneath its deep, rich color is a sun-soaked sweetness with a hint of spice.
The warm, humid climate of central and south Florida means that honeybees are active year-round, seldom staying in their hives for long. This raw & unfiltered honey from the Sunshine State gets its characteristic flavor from native floral sources and plant pollens like citrus and tupelo.
We partner with Washington beekeepers to bring you authentic, raw & unfiltered local honey only found in the Evergreen State. It has a bold, rich, nutty flavor.
Washington state honey get its unique flavor from the region’s many microclimates. The honeybees that forage throughout them create a range of unique natural honey flavors. The bee colonies in the mountainous areas tend to visit wild lupines, and their pollen creates a raw honey with a richer, slightly huskier flavor that pairs well with biscuits.
We partner with Texas beekeepers to bring you authentic, raw & unfiltered local honey straight from the Lone Star State. It’s dark, with a full-bodied, robust flavor.
Texas honey has many antioxidant & antibacterial benefits. Honeybees in Texas have a long, warm growing season that allows them to forage and pollinate many kinds of plants. As a result, this unfiltered honey has many different pollens and flavors inside, with rich wildflower floral notes. This quality honey is a great way to sweeten Texas-style iced tea.
We partner with Montana beekeepers to bring you authentic, raw & unfiltered local honey straight from Big Sky’s rugged wilderness. It’s mild, with a subtle cinnamon flavor.
With a range of flowers in its snow-capped mountains and arid plains, Montana’s scenic landscape contributes plenty to the flavor of honey. We bottle it raw & unfiltered delivering it straight from beekeeper to consumer. Local Hive’s Montana raw honey can be a natural sweetener for your favorite drinks or spread on freshly baked bread.
We partner with beekeepers throughout the Pacific Northwest to bring you full-bodied local honey that has a bold flavor with a long, strong finish.
We partner with northern California beekeepers to bring you authentic, raw & unfiltered local honey straight from Gold Country. It’s smooth, with a rich fruity flavor.
Local Hive’s raw & unfiltered northern California honey contains bee pollen from several of the region’s wildflowers. The result is delicious, quality honey made entirely by United States beekeepers. Try pairing it with baked goods, such as muffins, fresh-baked bread, biscuits, or pancakes.
We partner with Southern California beekeepers to bring you raw & unfiltered local honey only found in the Golden State. It’s medium-bodied with a short, tangy bite.
The warm, dry weather of Southern California means that honey bees are active throughout the year, foraging for nectar from the California poppy, Humboldt lily, and other wildflowers. This wonderful honey’s taste is light with a hint of citrus, pairing well with black and chai teas, or even with pancakes as a natural sweetener instead of syrup.
We partner with Utah beekeepers to bring you authentic, raw & unfiltered local honey only found in the Beehive State. It has a refreshingly light, sweet flavor.
Unfiltered honey from Utah is a delightful addition to any meal of the day. Utah's mountains contain unique wildflowers that honeybees collect nectar from in order to produce raw honey. In the summer, Utah’s scorching hot plains are dotted with sunflowers, one of the local bees’ favorite sweet pit stops. This delicious honey varietal has nutty undertones and pairs well with berries and cheese.
We partner with Colorado beekeepers to bring you authentic, raw & unfiltered local honey from the plains and the Rockies. Our Colorado honey is light, with a simple, smooth taste that’s as pure as the driven snow.
Colorado’s wide variety of wildflowers make for honey that’s delicious and mild, but still nuanced. At higher mountain elevations, the shorter growing season leads to sweeter raw honey with a more concentrated flavor. Trying pairing this spreadable honey with pound cake, hot buttered bread and biscuits, or hot tea.
We partner with beekeepers throughout the Southwest to bring you medium-bodied local honey with a sweet, smooth flavor and short, almost cedar finish.
We partner with beekeepers throughout the Great Lakes to bring you silky smooth local honey with a light, easygoing taste.
We partner with beekeepers throughout the Southeast to produce local honey that’s rich in flavor, with an intriguing sweetness that lingers like a Southern goodbye.
We partner with beekeepers throughout the Northeast to bring you local honey that takes a sweet stroll through the flowers dotting the region’s peaks and valleys.
In addition to only working with local, American beekeepers, we’re working to spread the word on pollinators by partnering with some of the most trusted experts in our field.Learn more