I manage my hives to be at maximum strength during the first weeks of June to take advantage of the enormous wild blackberry bloom. The bees collect the nectar and bring it back to the hive to make honey. By giving them a box or super of empty comb to fill, I can gather this single source variety of honey. The bees bring more to the hive than they need to over winter. I take their abundance, and maintaining the temperature of the hive, I extract it from the comb and let it settle. The impurities float to the top of the vat where it is skimmed off. The resulting honey is pure, raw, unprocessed honey, brought straight from the bees to you.
We are lucky to have Blackberry Honey available in quantities that allow the majority of people in the Pacific Northwest to taste this variety of honey. It is light amber, in color sweet, flavorful, and buttery. I have tasted many varieties of honey and still, Blackberry is my favorite.
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