Our ForestBeehive apiary is on the left side of this secluded forest lake in Maine, far removed from agro-industrial pollution. On the right-hand side – 3,000 acres’ Wildlife sanctuary. We are pesticide-free.
Our local bee colonies and beehives are not subjected to any treatments with human-engineered chemicals or any acids or oils. We never feed sugar to honeybees: there’s not enough nutrients in sugar and natural honey has a much higher acidity than sugar.
Pristine woodlands around our apiary provide our bees with rich Spring-to-Fall foraging resources. We only harvest surplus honey in the Fall, leaving enough honey for the bees to survive harsh New England winters.
Maine Wilderness Honey – an ode to nature!
We harvest only surplus honey and only once per year – in the Fall when the honey has matured and the bees’ enzymes had enough time to work their magic.
Our Maine Wilderness Honey is a rich, fragrant and yet delicately balanced golden amber honey with beautiful plum and apricot undertones.
One unexpected post-tasting quote: “I don’t know about 40 virgins in Heaven, but if they don’t have honey like this one, I am not going!”