Wildflower honey made by bees from diverse floral sources, including black locust, tulip poplar, blackberry, fruit trees, clover and many others on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Our honey is produced by hives in Talbot County. Honey is raw and all natural; strained to remove large particles of beeswax and pollen--not filtered, heated or processed.
Beeswax candles are hand poured with cotton wick. Candles burn with a subtle honey fragrance created by the nectar and honey stored in the wax comb.
The wax cap of the honeycomb is shaved off, then the frames of honeycomb are spun to extract the honey using centrifugal force. Honey flows through a wire mesh strainer to remove wax and larger pollen particles, but is not filtered, pasteurized or otherwise processed.