Mountain Honey

Chilliwack SKU: 056919000303
Mountain Honey
Mountain Honey
Mountain Honey

Mountain Honey

Chilliwack SKU: 056919000303
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Harvested from wildflowers in the mountains of BC and cold zone tree honey, this honey is 100% naturally matured and unpasteurized, crafted with artisanal handwork. It has low moisture content and is darker in color compared to plain flower honey, with a rich aroma, providing essential enzymes, amino acids, proteins, vitamins, and minerals for the body.
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Mountain Honey

Produced from a variety of remote wildflowers, trees and berries. An amber honey, Mountain has a rich, sweet flavour. Try Mountain Honey in your tea or coffee as well as in baking and savoury dishes. 

 

Our Honey

We continue to produce our own wildflower honeys and partner with local apiaries to offer a variety of all-natural, unpasteurized honeys. The distinctive flavours of our honeys come from the flowering meadows where the bees collect nectar. We maintain valuable partnerships with family-owned beekeepers in Manitoba, who produce our white clover and rich buckwheat honeys. Some of our honeys include Wildflower, Fireweed, Blueberry, Mountain, Creamed, Clover, and Buckwheat. You can purchase our honey at our farm-store, at the Granville Island Public Market, or at any one of our wholesale partners. Check out our website for more information on where you can find Chilliwack River Valley Natural Honey. 

 

Our History

Chilliwack River Valley Natural Honey has been raising bees since 1979. It began with Agnes Coutt’s desire to pollinate a few raspberry bushes. Soon, she began selling her award-winning honey by the pail.  As her passion for beekeeping grew, so did the apiary. In 1997, Chilliwack Honey moved to their current location in Greendale. When Richard and Shirley Pye took over the business in 2005, they began moving the bees to different local meadows, producing a distinctive flavour of honey from each location. They also established partnerships with small, family beekeepers in Manitoba who produce our incredible clover and buckwheat honeys. These valued partnerships continue to this day. 

Unpasturized mountain honey

Can be used in tea or coffee, as well as in baking and savoury dishes

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Mountain Honey

Produced from a variety of remote wildflowers, trees and berries. An amber honey, Mountain has a rich, sweet flavour. Try Mountain Honey in your tea or coffee as well as in baking and savoury dishes. 

 

Our Honey

We continue to produce our own wildflower honeys and partner with local apiaries to offer a variety of all-natural, unpasteurized honeys. The distinctive flavours of our honeys come from the flowering meadows where the bees collect nectar. We maintain valuable partnerships with family-owned beekeepers in Manitoba, who produce our white clover and rich buckwheat honeys. Some of our honeys include Wildflower, Fireweed, Blueberry, Mountain, Creamed, Clover, and Buckwheat. You can purchase our honey at our farm-store, at the Granville Island Public Market, or at any one of our wholesale partners. Check out our website for more information on where you can find Chilliwack River Valley Natural Honey. 

 

Our History

Chilliwack River Valley Natural Honey has been raising bees since 1979. It began with Agnes Coutt’s desire to pollinate a few raspberry bushes. Soon, she began selling her award-winning honey by the pail.  As her passion for beekeeping grew, so did the apiary. In 1997, Chilliwack Honey moved to their current location in Greendale. When Richard and Shirley Pye took over the business in 2005, they began moving the bees to different local meadows, producing a distinctive flavour of honey from each location. They also established partnerships with small, family beekeepers in Manitoba who produce our incredible clover and buckwheat honeys. These valued partnerships continue to this day. 

Unpasturized mountain honey

Can be used in tea or coffee, as well as in baking and savoury dishes