We had a dollop of honey from this year left in the honey bucket and added it to our everyday bottle. The honey we just harvested is a tad darker! It looked like last summer's honey swallowed it. Eventually the darker honey settled to the bottom.
Fall honey tends to be heavier and will crystallize faster because it has a slightly lower moister content. If you have fall honey that does crystallize, just warm it up gently in hot water from the tap.
We are sold out for the current season. If you are interested in hearing about honey for sale later this summer, please email me.
Five things you can do to save honeybees...
1. Become a beekeeper 2. Support local beekeepers - buy local honey and say thanks to the bees 3. Plant an organic garden - the bees with thank you with higher yields 4. Plant flowering trees - apple, pear, crabapple, willow - yum say the bees 5. Support the bees with your dollars like: Haagen-Dazs and Heifer International where you can donate bees!