Wildflower Honey

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Honey from RCS.jpg

Wildflower Honey


This is 100% Wildflower honey that has been gently screaned.
It was produced by the bees here and jared by the crew at RCS.
All honey crystallizes over time- this is a natural process.  Simply warm it and it will easily flow again. Each jar is in a small glass canning jar.

For more information about honey and our bees, click on the more info link...

I have been tending the bees for two years now.  Their cycles have become part of my calendar and I plant flowers thinking of what time of the year they will bloom. After a year spent in this practice I see the preciousness of this golden delicious honey and how much work it takes to make it and to jar it!

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100% Wildflower Honey from Rat City Studios!

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Rat City Studios Honey is delicious! (raw & straight from the hive)
3 hive tending policies we practice...

1) Nothing goes into our hives that could be harmful to our bees or the environment.
2) We do not heat our honey during processing. We gently strain our honey - so you can enjoy a premium natural raw honey with all the subtle flavors,beneficial phytonutrients and healthy antioxidants!
3) Our hives have wintered over for two years in a row now!  They must be happy bees.

Info about Honey
Various qualities or ingredients make honey what it naturally is – as opposed to concentrated sugar water. Look for honey where the dehydration process is performed by the honey bees, enzymes are provided by the bees, learn about the nectar sources and the pollen that gets mixed in with the nectar while on the flower and while being handled by the bees.

We wish to remove wax and other hive products from the honey but we want to provide you with pure, raw honey as the bees intended the honey to be. Rat City Studios honey produced by bees and flowers in the Seattle area.

In the area we live in there are several plants that produce nectar in high qualities due to the numbers. When the bloom it is called a nectar flow. Here are a few examples...  Maple Trees (April), Black Locust (May), Himalayan Blackberry ( May/June), Knotweed (July), & Ivy (Sept/ Oct). The plants nectar and pollen change the color, opacity, and flavor of the honey!

Link about how honey is over processed in many markets.

Fun Facts About Honey
1. In order to produce 1 pound of honey, 2 million flowers must be visited.

2. An average worker bee makes only about 1/12 teaspoon of honey in her lifetime..

3. A hive of bees must fly 55,000 miles to produce a pound of honey. One bee colony can produce 60 to 100 pounds of honey per year.

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