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
What Our Customers Say
Super cute interior! The ladies working there were very friendly and helpful. They have an insanely clean washroom and when I walked by, I saw another girl making fresh scones. All of their honey is local and non pasteurized. Overall great place, would come again!