Delectable Summer Honey Recipes

by | Tuesday, July 3, 2012 |

UPDATED: June 2018 It's official, summer is here! Can you tell we're happy?Being based near Seattle, the city notorious for rainfall, we don't mess around when our sunshine-filled days finally arrive. It's the season Seattleites live for and we're so happy it's finally here. That warm summer sun has a funny way of bringing people together - not just here in Washington State, but all across the country. And when you have great company paired with great food, things just can't get much better....

Four Delicious Honey Varietals

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by | Monday, April 30, 2012 |

You may have come across different types and colors of honey while browsing at the grocery store. This is because honey comes in a wide array of varieties, also known as varietals. As the busy honeybee goes from flower to flower gathering nectar, the honey varietal is being determined. The honey type is named after the bloom from which it's nectar was derived. This means that the always popular, Clover Honey is made from the nectar of clover flowers. Sometimes bees will frequent the same type...

Anna's Honey Blog is Up and Running!

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by | Friday, April 27, 2012 |

Hello there and welcome to our blog. We are excited to share our Honey World with you and hope you enjoy our posts. Our goal is to open our doors and let you have a glimpse of what Anna's Honey is all about. We welcome your input and interaction. Leave a comment, send us an email, give us a call. We believe that part of becoming better is listening to what you, our fabulous customers and fans, have to say. Your opinions are valuable to us! I look forward to sharing honey recipes, product tips...

Honey: Nature's All Natural Sweetener

by | Friday, April 27, 2012 |

Among all of the amazing benefits of honey, probably its most celebrated quality is it's natural sweetness. Other sources of sweetener, sugar cane or corn for example, need to undergo processing before they are in a ready-to-use sugar form. But, with honey this is not so. You could literally walk up to a beehive, extract a spoonful of honey (watch out for stingers!), mix it into your piping hot mug of tea and - VoilĂ ! You're once bitter tasting tea is bursting with an exquisite sweet flavor....