About Really Raw Honey
A few decades ago...
heard about a beekeeper who lived in upstate New York. This beekeeper
presented his honey in its most natural form; raw and unstrained. It was
solid and creamy; not liquid. It had bits of pollen and honeycomb in
it, and it was delicious. Our family loved it. Our friends and their
friends loved it, and we found we were needing larger quantities of this
unique, wild-looking honey to give to our ever-widening circle of
Spreading the word, growing the network
are committed proponents for the humble honey bee and her esteemed
place in the web of life. How? By promoting the use of nature's sweetest
medicine, advocating environmentally sound beekeeping, and bringing
Really Raw Honey to new areas of the country.
is a mentoring spirit among the beekeepers that produce Really Raw
Honey. They share knowledge, equipment and ideas regularly. When a new
beekeeper joins the Really Raw Honey community, the seasoned beekeepers
share all they know with the newcomer as the new beekeeper needs to make
a complete turnaround in the way he or she practices their craft.
Raw Honey supports family beekeeping operations. Our honey is packed
on-site at the beekeepers homes and farms, straight from the hive. Our
low-tech hand packing techniques use no heavy or heating equipment and
is suitable for all members of the family to participate in, and
children are encouraged to learn from, and be part of the process.
Important Information Regarding Honey Consistency
Raw Honey comes in many colors, tastes and textures just as diverse as
Nature's flowers. Aster honey, gathered from the latest blooming flowers
of the season, is the fastest honey to crystallize and therefore has
the most solid and the smoothest consistency. This harder consistency
makes Aster honey perfect for eating like candy.
you prefer a softer consistency, place the jar in warm water. Aster
honey can also be stored in a warm place, like the top of the fridge or
radiator. Do not microwave Really Raw Honey.
Phone: 1-800-REAL-RAW (732-5729)
Address: 3725 Gough Street, Baltimore, MD 21224
Fax: (410) 675-7411