Here are our current vintages.
If you see something you like, you may order it on our honey page.
Tennessee Spring: Our spring harvest is always the most unpredictable. Depending on early spring rainfall and temperatures, the bees may forage, for example, lots of fruit trees and less blackberry and blueberry, or vice-versa. The 2019 vintage is floral and light in taste, with berry undertones and almost no aftertaste. It's delicious with tea, especially green tea, and plays well with yogurt and goat cheese (pictured at right). It's also easy on the eyes, very light and pretty.
Wildflower Summer: This is the condensed taste of hot, country pastures and plains, full of clover, thistle, dandelion and privet nectars, and, of course, magnolia pollen. Did we mention clover? This variety jumps onto the tongue with a bold, clean taste (that’s the clover for you), then finishes with a spicy note. Pair this one with coffee on a cool morning, or a tangy bleu cheese. This is also the honey with the most "classic" honey taste, because most folks have had clover honey.
Coastal Spring: This honey was made mostly from the gallberry bush, a scrubby, coastal plant that's in the holly family. It's a prolific nectar source which honeybees love, found along the southern Atlantic and Gulf coasts, where we often overwinter some of our bees. This honey is a tribute to the salty survivor, like a lot of us Southerners — maybe not much to look at, but worth our weight in sweetness.
Tennessee Snow whipped honey: This honey is a tribute to our sense of place. While we’re not from Nashville, we love it here. We’d love it more with a little bit of snow in the winter … so we just made our own. Our creamed honey (also called spun honey or whipped honey) is perfect as an all-natural topping on cinnamon rolls, toast and even stirred into tea. We also have two new versions of this product, one with organic cinnamon and one with lavender (brand new June 2019!).