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HONEY & BEE SERVICES             

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Honey - 2016

Types of Honey

Wildflower                                                                              
This is our earliest honey which is a rich non-varietal blend with a fine bouquet of scent and flavor. It is derived from a mixture of assorted nectars starting with the Maple blossoms in February up through the Tulip Poplar blooms in April and May. (It is the only one available in the Basswood section comb box.)
AVAILABLE

Mountain Sourwood  SOLD OUT                                
This is special varietal honey that is produced from mid June up through late July in the mountainous regions of north Georgia. This highly prized honey is very unique. It has its own particular flavor that is so special and indicative to the dense mountainous sourwood forests of the southern Appalachians. 
AVAILABLE

Creamed Honey      
Creamed honey is one of the finest, least known honey products available. Unlike liquid honey it is spreadable like butter at room temperature and doesn't drip. The process of creating creamed honey involves precisely controlling the natural tendency of honey to crystalize. Our creamed honey is a mild tasting, smooth textured product that you will surely enjoy. It's great on toast, muffins, waffles, pancakes or in coffee. Great as a topping for ice cream or fruit. Create your own taste sensation.   
UNFLAVORED, CINNAMON flavor, CHERRY flavor or RASPBERRY flavor.   

 Creamed Honey can not be shipped from May through September.  High temperature causes it to revert to the liquid state.  Available at markets and pickup only.  Call for details.
     

         
                          
 Queenlines - squeeze and glass               12oz bear and 8oz squeeze          12oz Hex jars            
     

   Section Comb Honey in wood box              Creamed Honey 10oz tubs                    1lb dripless squeeze
  

Package Sizes and Prices

3 lb quart jar
Wildflower $21 SOLD OUT

1 lb dripless squeeze bottle 
Wildflower
 $9.00 AVAILABLE ** Sourwood $12 SOLD OUT

1 lb Queenline glass jars 
Wildflower $9.00 AVAILABLE ** Sourwood $12 SOLD OUT

12 oz Hex jars
Wildflower SOLD OUT  $8 **

12oz squeeze Bears 
Wildflower
 $7.00 AVAILABLE **


Specialty "OLDE STYLE" section comb SOLD OUT
Honeycomb in a Basswood box. Honey just as the bees made it without any processing. 
Wildflower (14-15 oz. net) $20 

Creamed Honey - 12oz jar - $10 AVAILABLE - We can ship after Sept. (summer-pick up only)
Unflavored** Cinnamon flavor** Cherry flavor** Raspberry flavor

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Other Hive related products

Check out the store for:
Cherry Mead Vinegar
Golden Beeswax polish for all of your wooden ware needs
Propolis Apitherapy tincture 


                                                                           

 Shipping
Packaging is governed by safety of your purchase. We will use the most affordable shipping rates possible. USPS flat rates will be used whenever indicated. UPS is also a possibility.
Shipping costs will vary with current USPS and UPS rates. 

See our SHOP page to load your cart. If you want to use email, we can send an invoice that way. Currently we are only able to use Paypal, but they accept cards even if you are not a member with them. Our shopping cart is set up and ready to go.
Check payments are also welcome. Email: soapnhoney@danceswithbees.com



Swarms and Removals   
We love saving the bees!

If you aren't sure what kind of "bee" you are seeing in your yard or house check out the site "What's Buzzin in My Garden?" (http://pollinator.com/identify/whatsbuzzin.htm)

Swarms: a group of bees looking for a home and is not living inside a cavity.
We will remove most low hanging and easily accessible swarms FREE of charge within our local area. This area is about a twent-five mile radius, but we may travel further if the situation warrants. We do not destroy the bees, but instead house them in their own hive box and place them in a new habitat to do what they do best.... to pollenate our food crops and make honey.
thehoneyman@att.net

Colony Removals (NOT currently contracting)
Removing bee colonies from houses or other structures is a very sensitive and personal consideration for almost all homeowners. This is a very labor intensive service with a minimum charge applied per removal. This is not a free service. We professionally remove (temporarily) only those structural features necessary to extract the bees. After the bees are removed we will reinstall all the house structural components in the manner in which they were found. All cosmetic appearances or final finishes are not covered in the removal fee. There are additional travel fees for removals outside our twenty-five mile radius.
**We are insured.
thehoneyman@att.net

Education

The Long Course - Become a Beekeeper
This class is spread out from January 2016 through August with 17+ contact hours in the classroom and apiary with a Master beekeeper. You will learn what you need to manage your own bee colonies.
Email for specifics:
thehoneyman@att.net

Consultation

Need help with maintaining your bee hives? We can provide maintenance services on a per visit basis or by the year.
We love talking about bees! Let us know what's happening with bees in your area.
Got a unique bee story? Send it to us!
thehoneyman@att.net


Presentations
We do presentations and talks for various groups in our local area. Let us know what you need. A sixty day window is a good estimate of our lag time from current bookings to next available time slot. Honorariums are greatly appreciated.
thehoneyman@att.net



 
 Rocky Ridge Trl
Cornelia GA 30531
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