Orange Blossom Honey

Orange Blossom

Orange Blossom Honey is produced from the nectar of flora found near Arcadia, Arizona at the base of Camelback Mountain.

Summer Flower

Summer Flower Honey is derived from the nectar of some of Arizona’s most popular flowering desert plants

Desert Flowers - Mountain View

Desert Flower

Desert Flower Honey is produced by Africanized killer bees feeding on the desert flora of the Arizona Indian Reservation.

Allergy Pollen mix

Allergy Pollen Mix is a combination of several key honey products which serve a natural antidote for allergy sufferers.

When I add a spoon of honey to my tea, I give thanks to a dozen bees for the work of their whole lives. When my finger sweeps the final drop of sweetness from the jar, I know we’ve enjoyed the nectar from over a million flowers. This is what honey is: the souls of flowers, a food to please the gods. Honeyeaters know that to have a joyful heart one must live life like the bees, sipping the sweet nectar from each moment as it blooms. And Life, like the world of honey, has its enchantments and stings…. 

~Ingrid Goff-Maidoff "The Honey Sutras"

Why Choose Us? 

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Local, Arizona flora-fed bees

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Raw, unfiltered, unpasteurized honey

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No syrups or sugars added....ever!

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Family owned and operated business

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Passionate beekeeper committed to quality honey products

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Raw-unpasteurized, organic honey harvested in Scottsdale, Arizona; made by Africanized Killer Bees t

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3 months ago
Arizona Honey Market

VACINATION THE HONEY BEES.
I work with the African Honey BEES and we do not use any Antibiotics or FEED the bees with anything( High fructose , corn syrup or sugar ) and I will never vaccinate my Hives. I have the best HONEY. I can not imagine eating Hone from Vaccinate Bees and the effect on human.
Mark the Beekeeper
From CNN: The first-ever vaccine for honeybees has been approved by the USDA
The first-ever vaccine for honeybees has been approved by the USDA

www.cnn.com/2023/01/07/us/honeybee-vaccine-usda-approval-scn-trnd/index.html
From CNN: The first-ever vaccine for honeybees has been approved by the USDA
The first-ever vaccine for honeybees has been approved by the USDA

www.cnn.com/2023/01/07/us/honeybee-vaccine-usda-approval-scn-trnd/index.html
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VACINATION THE HONEY BEES. 
I work with the  African Honey BEES and we do not use any Antibiotics or FEED the bees with anything( High fructose , corn syrup or sugar ) and I will never vaccinate my Hives. I have the  best HONEY. I can not imagine eating Hone from Vaccinate Bees and the effect on human.
          Mark the Beekeeper    
From CNN: The first-ever vaccine for honeybees has been approved by the USDA
The first-ever vaccine for honeybees has been approved by the USDA

https://www.cnn.com/2023/01/07/us/honeybee-vaccine-usda-approval-scn-trnd/index.html
From CNN: The first-ever vaccine for honeybees has been approved by the USDA
The first-ever vaccine for honeybees has been approved by the USDA

https://www.cnn.com/2023/01/07/us/honeybee-vaccine-usda-approval-scn-trnd/index.html

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Why does man always feel the need to mess with nature? Your honey is the best. 💛🐝

8 months ago
Arizona Honey Market

Harvesting Mesquite Honey from Scottsdale.
"natural cream honey"
You have to jar the honey right the way otherwise you cannot pour it anymore later.
Very soon the market in Scottsdale will start again..but you can come to my house if you want some Honey.
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8 months ago
Arizona Honey Market

This is our 2022 harvest of Mesquite Honey from Scottsdale. Cream honey. 😋😋🐝🐝from the African Bees. ... See MoreSee Less

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Local AZ honey ..great idea..

Yummy 😋 🐝🍯

1 years ago
Arizona Honey Market

This week of February 2022 I harvested about 5 gallons of Botanical honey from 30 frames of African Bees from Scottsdale AZ . We stop harvesting in July or August every year but the bees🐝🐝🐝 still collected nectar from the area during fall and some in winter. In February every year we remove all the honey from the hive so that the first harvest which is Orange blossom will not be mixed with the old honey from last year. It is very dark and amazingly delicious and I don't sell it yet till I age it for a few years.
Mark the beekeeper
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