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Mickelberry Gardens

Honey by the Jar

Honey by the Jar

Regular price $12.49 USD
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We love honey and we do our best to source the most delicious and high-quality honey possible from local beekeepers we trust. We independently test our honey to ensure quality and purity. Our honey is always raw, single-source, and never micro-filtered. Since our honey comes from a handful of Pacific Northwest beekeepers, we often have several varietals from different locations for sale. When honey is kept raw, it retains all of its healing virtues and preserves the delicate flavors from millions of wildflowers. 

Raw Pacific Northwest Honey

Available Sizes:
12 oz. glass jar
20 oz. glass jar

Other Info:  
We have honey from our own Pacific Northwest apiaries currently available, along with apiaries managed by other beekeepers we trust.

Raw Honey will crystallize - this is a natural property of honey, and does not mean it has gone bad! 

Our facility is certified GMP-compliant, and is free of all major allergens, including gluten.

Varietals/Tasting Notes:
Honey captures a moment in time - when it's harvested, it has the imprint of the year's weather patterns and what was blooming in the area where the bees were gathering nectar. Flavors and textures of honey can vary dramatically from year to year, which is part of what makes honey special. Once a varietal from a particular year is gone, it's gone forever.

Tasting notes on each honey were compiled from a staff taste test. Check out the honey connoisseur guide photo as well, which is how we grade each honey's color in the below descriptions.

Decision fatigue? Select the "Let us choose for you!" option and we will select our favorite varietal at the moment to send to you.

Amity Hills Wildflower
Very light honey from hives kept in Oregon's Amity Hills, where some of the most world-renowned wines are produced. White color grade.

Tasting notes: smooth, mild, creamy

Beaver Creek Wildflower

The bees in Beaver Creek have been busy creating this one. Floral notes with hints of pollen make a pleasing all-purpose flavor that's as good in your tea as it is in your tea cakes. This wildflower honey is from hives kept in the charming hamlet of Beavercreek, in Clackamas County, Oregon. Light amber color grade.

Blackberry Wildflower
If you ever wondered what honey made from gummy bears would taste like, wonder no more. The bees out in Yamhill took a page out of Willy Wonka's book and created a honey that's soft, smooth, and ever so sweet. This delicious, pure blackberry honey is from hives kept in Oregon's beautiful Yamhill County. Light amber color grade.

Hillsboro Cascadia Wildflower
Light and smooth honey with floral notes from hives kept in Hillsboro farmland, west of Portland, OR. Amber color grade.

Tasting notes: Floral, mild

Santiam River Wildflower (Formerly known as Pumpkin Wildflower)
Enjoy the flavor of the season! This honey is the perfect addition to your Autumn teas and treats. From hives along the Santiam River near Sublimity, Oregon. Light amber color grade. 

Tasting notes: Smooth, warm, hint of vanilla cream, coffee, sunshine.

Silver Falls Wildflower 
This honey is light and very clear, with a floral aroma and a flavor that's subtle, smooth, and sublime. From hives kept near Oregon's Silver Falls, in Lyons. White color grade.

Tasting notes: Bright and floral

Walla Walla Buckwheat
Buckwheat honey is extremely dark in color and very thick in texture, and tastes a bit like molasses. It has a bold, intense flavor with a lingering malty finish. It's high in minerals and antioxidants. If you've never had buckwheat honey before, it's unlike any other honey! Dark amber color grade.

Walla Walla Russian Olive
Light in color, with a velvety and creamy texture and mild flavor. 

Walla Walla Star Thistle
Light, delicious, and unique, with a bold flavor profile. Light amber color grade, from hives kept in Walla Walla, WA.

Tasting notes: Floral, crisp apples, neutral, mild, bright, caramel, musky aroma

Walla Walla Wildflower
Light in color, with a smooth and thick, creamy texture. Extra light amber color grade.

Willamette Valley Wildflower
This light and exquisite honey comes from hives kept near the village of Scio, Oregon. Extra light amber color grade.

Tasting notes: crisp, bright, marshmallow finish

Let us choose for you!
Just can't decide? No worries, select this option and we will send you our favorite varietal at the moment!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 31 reviews
Juliette Valente (Woodacre, US)
The best!

I love your honey!
I'm always happy with your exceptional
care for your local growers and bees!
No wonder you have the best honey!
Thank you,

David Hutchison (Beaverton, US)
Delicious Local Honey and Flawless Delivery

Originally purchase a jar of Mickelberry Honey at New Seasons. Checked out the Mickelberry Gardens website and was delighted to find many varieties of regionally sourced honey at a reasonable price. Ordering was straightforward and easy. I was impressed with how quickly the honey arrived and how perfectly the glass jars were packed for safe shipping. Now I have four jars of honey and will reorder online when the time comes for more honey.

Bri Pezzaglia (Vancouver, US)
The BEST honey for allergies!

I've been eating a spoonful on honey daily to help with my seasonal allergies, it is terrific!

ACI. Excellent tasty honey! And the packaging is attractive and thoughtful. a quality product! (Fresno, US)

Tasty high quality honey, beautifully packaged as well.

Cheryl Richendollar (Portland, US)
Best honey

I have been buying this honey for a few years now. Sadly the little local shop went out of business. Luckily I by from the source now. Very happy with this honey and I will keep buying it. Shipping is very fast and packed extremely well.