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Happy Organics

Happy Organics Honey

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Our sustainably harvested honey (miel) is a sweet, golden treat specially made by our honeybees.  We've partnered with sustainable apiaries around California to bring you a variety of specialty honey that will sweeten your day

Sage Blossom The hives forage on flowers deriving from citrus trees, lavender, rosemary, dandelion, borage, sunflowers, and many more to create this sweet sage wildflower honey.

Redbud Blossom The hives that bring you this special edition redbud blossom honey are located in the Sequoia National Forest in California.  the bees located in the Sequoia National Forest forage on the redbud tree blossoms to produce a sweet and complex honey.

Eucalyptus Blossom. The hives that bring you this special edition eucalyptus honey are located in Watsonville, California.  Eucalyptus flowers only bloom during the winter season. When the temperature is right, the honeybees fly and forage on the delightful eucalyptus trees.

Avocado Blossom The hives that bring you this special edition avocado honey are located in Cambria, California.  Avocado honey has a robust, buttery flavor and texture. Higher in fiber than most honeys, the benefits found in this specialty honey can be used for wound and burn treatment as well as an ingredient in face masks for a unique skin care regimen.

This raw honey naturally contains floral essence, pollen, propolis, and wax, making it a superfood. We do not heat, process or filter our honey, allowing the beneficial enzymes to remain present in the honey and maintain its medicinal benefits. We only harvest honey when it is necessary and beneficial to our hives. If there is excess honey, we are able to remove a honey frame or two from our hives.


9wt oz (6fl oz)  -- **Our honey is not certified organic and there are a few reasons for this ! The main one is that bees are adventurers and often forage up to 3-5miles from their hives. Therefore, we have no control over where they get nectar and pollen. We strive to educate and inform about the importance of organic farming and the effects harsh chemicals have on our beautiful eco-system.