Today I'm featuring Dan & Cortney of Williams Honey Bees, who are situated in Frankfort, Ohio and have a small beekeeping operation selling honey, nucs, and queens.
Together, their focus is quality over quantity and there is always something else to learn about bees and beekeeping. They're also members of the Ohio State Beekeepers Association and the Scioto Valley Beekeepers Association. I think it'd be cool to join a bee association. If only I was a beekeeper...
Pictured above is a one pound jar of local, raw honey that's made mainly from the nectar of black locust trees in Ohio. Cool, huh?
This honey is tough to get as the black locust trees are only in flower a few weeks in Spring, and the nectar flow is early and sporadic. So that makes this Spring honey a unique treat. As you can probably tell by looking at it, it's pleasant tasting and mild. If you're like me, try spreading the honey on toast or put it in your tea.
Support the bees! Check out a short and sweet bee infographic I posted about why they matter.
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Disclosure: I was provided a complimentary product in exchange for my review. All opinions are my own.