Honey Gifts and Honey Recipes Available on Bee Raw Honey’s New Website

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All honey gifts are raw, unfiltered and from single floral sources produced by American family-owned apiaries. The new website and blog feature honey recipes with educational video demonstrations and ideas for taste-enhancing food pairings. Honey gifts are packaged to display the distinct golden hues of each varietal.

Single floral varietal raw honey gifts, artfully displayed in crystal clear bottles and vials, are featured by Bee Raw Honey in its newly-launched website just in time for those still shopping for gourmet holiday food gifts.

The newly-redesigned website, http://www.BeeRaw.com, showcases Bee Raw Honey’s American Honey Collection of 10 regional varietals supplied by American family-owned apiaries dedicated to the meticulous bee husbandry that is required to produce distinctive honeys from a single flower source, said company owner Zeke Freeman. Freeman blogs about the honeys, the apiaries and the families who run them as well as supplying facts about bees and the plight of their declining populations. The new site also features many honey recipes and videos that demonstrate how the honeys can be paired with food and beverages.

Honey gifts include four- and nine-varietal tasting flights that highlight the distinct flavors of each honey the same as a tasting flight of fine wines or champagnes, Freeman said. Included are four-honey flights with fruit varietals, wildflower varietals and for cheese pairings as well as a nine-varietal flight. The honeys are displayed in clear 1.5-ounce beeswax sealed vials nestled in a solid American oak block and encased in a ribbon-wrapped gift box.

Other options for honey gifts include a set of wildflower, fruit, cheese-pairing or best-selling varietals packaged in signature clear, cylindrical, retro-inspired 10.5 ounce “generic” jars that display the different amber hues of the honey and are shipped with a cherry wood honey stick. Gift prices range from $32 to $78.

“These honey gifts truly are one of a kind and are packaged to ensure the natural beauty of these artisanal honeys shine,” Freeman said. “Plus, these are gifts to feel good about giving because our raw, unfiltered honeys not only have many health benefits, but purchasing them supports the American families who labor to provide these unique honeys from a single floral source.”

The company’s American Honey Collection includes 10 floral varietal honeys: Basswood Honey from New York, Blueberry Honey and Wild Raspberry Honey from Maine, Buckwheat Honey from Washington State, Cranberry Honey from Wisconsin, Orange Blossom Honey from Florida, Sage Honey from California, Sourwood Honey from North Carolina, and Star Thistle Honey and Sweet Yellow Clover Honey from Colorado.

About Bee Raw Honey:
Bee Raw Honey, located in New York City, offers raw, unfiltered, single varietal regional honeys for the American table. The company’s 10 varieties of honey plus a selection of honey gifts, varietal sets and tasting flights are available at fine retailers nationwide, including Whole Foods, Wegmans, The Fresh Market, King’s Supermarket, Central Market, Dean & DeLuca and Williams-Sonoma. The company’s honeys also are found on the menus of renowned restaurants like Jean-Georges and Gramercy Tavern in New York. Committed to helping preserve the American beekeeping industry, Bee Raw Honey partners with American family-owned apiaries and is dedicated to ensuring artisanal beekeepers receive a fair price for a premium product. More information, products and honey recipes are available online at http://www.BeeRaw.com or by calling 888-660-0090.


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