Enjoy our RAW Okanagan Honey Infused with Red Russian Garlic.
- Cook your favourite dish: Roasted Carrots, Brussel Sprouts and Sweet Yams, Honey Garlic Bread. Try drizzling on your favourite pizza.
- The sweetness of Hiveology's honey combined with the locally grown Red Russian Garlic roasts veggies to perfection as the garlic turns to sweet candy.
- Honey Tasting Notes | Amber in colour, notes of dandelion, borage, apple blossom, haskap berries, blackberries, peach blossom, cherry blossom, sweet clover.
- Jar size 280ml
Our practices are organic with animal welfare and conservation first and foremost. We use gentle yet science based methods to improve the health of our local honeybee population.
A Healthy Alternative
You can put it into your teas, use instead of sugar or sweeteners, use it in your kitchen recipes, soothing for sore throat and cough, excellent skin treatment as well.
Sourced from Organic Farms
Our location in the south Okanagan region is the only farm in BC where certified organic can be harvested, with over 700 acres.
Three Different Types Available
We have three different types you can choose from:
About Our Raw Honey
Hiveology uses minimal intervention with our methods to provide the highest quality products closest to nature. We never add heat or pasteurize our honey. The smell, taste and color depend on the types of flowers visited by the bees in their location. Honey has so many great health benefits, too many to mention here but you can research yourself and have fun finding what you might want to add honey to your diet.
Try our Different Types
- Hiveology Wildflower Honey – amber in color, notes of dandelion, Borage, apple blossom, Haskap berries, blackberries, peach blossom, cherry blossom, sweet clover.
- Hiveology Sweet Clover – Light in color, sweeter than other varietals, collected from hives located next to a huge cover crop of clover planted between rows of a 20acre organic apple orchard.
- Buckwheat Honey – Dark amber in color and has sharp notes of grass and hay. Molasses on the palate. Not easy to find as most of the crops are located in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. We have a monocrop of buckwheat in the Northern Okanagan region.