{Bottled} This Year's Honey

Tuesday, November 04, 2014

Yesterday I filtered the last of the raw honey from our hive this summer.
To separate the honey from the wax I put it in the oven at it's lowest setting and
pour it through a paint strainer so all of the filtered honey can sink to the bottom of the bucket.
Overall, it's a slow but rewarding process!

PS- several of you have asked if we'll be selling our honey again this year.
Since we harvested such a small amount {15lbs compared to last year's 60lbs} our sales will be limited.
Consider this the year of our Harvest House "reserve honey!"

{Our Hive :: First Harvest :: Second Harvest :: Third Harvest :: Fourth Harvest :: Hive Split ::
Checking the Hive :: Yield by Homeland}


Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

It looks beautiful. Gorgeous bottles.

Shantele said...

Your honey looks beautiful!! Do you have any more information or a post on how you get the honey from the hive without expensive machines and a centrifuge? I love your simple method and outlook on life

Mary said...

Those bottles are amazeballs.

Mandie said...

Yummy! They look great. :)

Mandie ~ http://badbrewpack.blogspot.com/

Megan S. said...

Super random question, but do you guys sell the beeswax?

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

I saw a recipe today that made me think of you: http://www.mynewroots.org/site/2014/11/grilled-pumpkin-bread-with-honeycomb/

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