The Beekeeper's Daughter Honey Muth Jar Collection
Packed in beautiful glass muth jars (named after
1800's beekeeper Charles Muth of Ohio), these bottles are hand-sealed with a cork
and dipped in wax. Perfect as a hostess gift or for a honey lover's birthday or
- Raw Wildflower Honey by the Beekeeper's Daughter in Gift Bottle (16 oz) - Raw Wildflower Honey is a light color and has a strong biting flavor with a distinctive lingering finish. It's somewhat fresh, pleasant "woody" scent pairs well with teas, camembert, and fresh goat cheeses.
- Raw Orange Blossom Honey by Beekeeper's Daughter in Gift Bottle (16 oz) - The sweetest of the honey varietals in the Beekeeper's Daughter line, this honey has a bold flavor and strong aroma of orange blossoms. This honey is perfect for making BBQ sauce, lemonade, and spreading onto toast. We also love it with triple creme cheeses like St. Andre or Explorateur, or drizzled lightly over a slice of Grana Padano.
- Raw Buckwheat Honey by the Beekeeper's Daughter in Gift Jar (16 oz) - Raw Buckwheat Honey has a deep, dark brown color, a strong, molasses-like earthy flavor and is high in mineral content and antioxidant compounds. This is perfect for sauces, glazing pork roasts, or using in place of molasses or treacle for baking.
One of our favorite honey producers is just a few towns over from igourmet offices. Hannah Perry’s family is fourth generation beekeepers, with Hannah’s great-great grandfather starting the tradition by keeping bee hives in the 1800's. The Perry’s family farm is known as Perry Apiaries and Hannah launched her brand, The Beekeeper's Daughter, when she saw a local demand for raw honey. Today Perry Apiaries has 3000 hives, which they move from Pennsylvania to Florida to keep the bees busy all winter. All the honey produced by Beekeeper's Daughter is always raw and unfiltered so it still contains all of the pollen, enzymes, propolis, vitamins, amino acids, minerals, and antioxidants naturally found in the hive.
No honey should be fed to infants 12 months or younger.