Mono-Floral honey . . . is honey made by honeybees that gather nectar primarily from a single variety of flower, thus giving it a unique flavour, colour and aroma. For example, Blackberry Blossom honey is made of nectar from blackberry flowers.
Poly-Floral honey . . . is often referred to as Wildflower honey and is made of nectar from a number of varieties of flowers.
Where our honey comes from
- Local . . . We have a large selection of local honeys including our Vancouver Urban honey
- BC & Canada . . . For honeys that we do not produce locally
- International . . . Unique and classic honeys not produced in Canada
Learn more about honey, its health benefits and uses.
See our Honey selection from Around the World
Click on a region to see honeys from the region.
- Fir Tree
- Beech Forest
- Macadamia Orchard
- Orange Blossom
- Cherry Blossom
- African Wildflower
- Tasmanian French Lavender
- Tasmanian Leatherwood
Peace River Region, BC-Alberta, Canada
Fraser Valley, BC, Canada
- Blackberry Blossom
- Blueberry Blossom
- Cranberry Blossom
- Raspberry Blossom
- Wildflower – Fraser Valley
Vancouver, BC, Canada
- Urban Honey
- Queen Elizabeth
- South Fraser
- East Vancouver
British Columbia, Canada
For Mead Makers & Power Honey Users
Most local honeys are available in 3 kg pails
15 kg pails of some varietals can be ordered
Zero Waste Option
Our Honey on Tap provides one step towards a greener city with a zero waste packaging option.
Honey on Tap
Bring your own jar