Looking for honey from local hives; raw honey with local pollen, Manuka honey, honey in combs or other types of honey in Hawaii? Scroll down this page and you will see the
aall of thoses in Hawaii, sorted by county.
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Updates for July 2020
July The bees have been busy and there's plenty of honey available now!
Local Honey listings, by county
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- Big Island Honey - Hawaiian Honey
82-1140 Meli Road, Suite 102, Captain Cook,
HI 96704. Phone: 808-328-7318. Phone: 808-328-1315 for museum and tours. Email:
Open: MUSEUM and TASTING ROOM daily Monday to Friday, 10 am to 4 pm and Saturday 10 am to 2 pm.; BEEKEEPING TOURS Monday to Friday 10 am, 12 pm
and 2 pm and Saturday. Directions: Use these directions or google maps. Do not follow GPS instructions. take Napoopoo Road off Highway 11,
immediately south of mile marker 111. Continue on Napoopoo Road for approximately 4.5 miles. Turn right at the stop sign to continue on Napoopoo
Road. Turn right at Big Island Bees sign immediately past Hawaiian Host Macadamia Factory and Kealakekua Estates (Meli Road). Follow winding
lane 2/10 mile and turn right at our gate, where you will find a parking lot in the front. We are a family operation selling only the honey our
bees produce. We do not sell honey from third party producers under our label and are therefore responsible both for the care of our bees and
the methods by which we produce our honey. Every jar is filled with pure, raw, unfiltered Hawaiian honey that comes straight from our hives on
the Big Island of Hawaii. ORGANICALLY PRODUCED, SLOW PACKED. We adhere to the principles of the slow food movement and believe that foods
should be produced carefully and savored. But above all, we believe that nature’s purest foods are also the healthiest and most flavorful.
Pesticide and herbicide residues in non-organic honey can taint the flavor and commercially processed methods of packing honey remove and
destroy the pollen, enzymes and other compounds that give raw honey its taste and beneficial properties. We produce all our honey artisanally
and organically without the use of artificial feeds, chemical miticides, heat, or filtration and only use organic compounds to care for our
bees. Our ‘Ohi’a Lehua and Wilelaiki honey varietals are certified organic by the International Certification Services, Inc. TAKE OUR
BEEKEEPING TOUR - Located on the Big Island of Hawaii, we invite you to take a box seat on beekeeping at one of the world's leading honey farms.
View the hidden world of bees up-close from a safe, screened area.
- Hamakua Apiaries -
15-1592 21st Ave, Keaau, Hilo, Hawaii 96749. Phone: (808)
982-7649. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Open: Sells online. What also sets Hamakua Apiaries apart from other honey company’s is that we recognize the bees
need for proper nutrition and access to clean water. For example, Hamakua Apiaries may have a bee yard on the edge of a Macadamia Nut orchard to
collect honey from December to March. When the Macadamia Nut bloom is over, we don’t move the bees because nearby are hundreds of acres of
coffee trees ready to bloom. When the coffee’s done, the Ohia Lehua blooms, then the Albizia, then the Wilelaiki, and finally the Eucalyptus
before the season restarts.
Hawaiian Wild Flower, Hawaiian Christmas Berry, Ohia-Lehua and Macadamia Nut Honey
- Manoa Honey Company - Raw Honey, Macadamia Honey, ‘Ohi‘a Lehua Honey, Manoa Meli
Honey, Pele's Gold Honey, Speciality Hive Products, Hawaiian Fresh Bee Pollen, Hawaiian Natural Honeycomb, Honey Soap, Solid Bees Wax Blocks
930 Palm Place, Wahiawa, HI 96786. Phone: 808-445-1499. Email:
9am to 3pm, Closed Saturday, Sunday. We raise bees all over O’ahu. One of our apiaries is on the slopes of iconic Diamond Head Crater, where we
harvest our Crater Kiawe Honey. On the other side of the island, our bees forage on Christmas Berry blossoms near the coastline of the North
Shore. The hot, dry west side of O’ahu is a prime location for our White Kiawe Honey. We harvest fresh bee pollen daily in central O’ahu. Every
apiary has unique flora that creates special and distinguished honey products.
- Maui Bees - Raw honey
150 Pulehunui Rd, Kula, HI 96790. Phone: 808-280-6652. Email:
email@example.com. Open: 8am to
5pm Daily. Closed only on Christmas Day. In the summer months (May to October), they gather nectar and pollen from Wilelaiki trees of the forest,
and secondary sources such as Glycine and Silky Oak, producing a mild amber honey with floral notes and a subtle spice. In wintertime
(December to April), the bees frequent tall, fragrant stands of Eucalyptus that yield a deeper, darker honey with mellow caramel undertones. They
also visit many other secondary sources such as blackberry, glycine, Haole Koa, Avocado, Silky Oak and Ohia Lehua.
Visit our farm in Kula,
Maui and taste some of our delicious honey. Maui Bees offers 1-1/2 to 2 hour beekeeping tours. Learn about the life cycle of the beehive and the
important role that honey bees play in agriculture. Study the inner workings of our observation beehive and then suit up, light a smoker
and open a hive with one of our beekeepers to taste fresh honey and have a hands on experience with thousands of these gentle insects and their
queen. Tours are limited to 6 participants and last approximately 1-1/2 to 2 hrs.
Maui Bees is a holistic community farm located on the
slopes of Haleakala in Kula. Our family and staff live and work here producing eggs, vegetables, honey and value added products from our land.
We invite you to tour our working farm and learn about our stewardship model of soil fertility, composting, animal husbandry and beekeeping on
our picturesque 4 acres. See turkeys, chickens and our family milk cows raised on pasture. Stroll through our banana, citrus, avocado and
apple orchards and enjoy the vegetable and flower gardens.
Click here for a link to our Facebook page.