Greetings Friends, and Welcome to the New Normal!
As of Spring 2020 Harvest Honey once again has unpasteurized local honey available with CURB-SIDE PICKUP in place at
400 Stewart St. Ottawa, ON K1N 6L2. - BUZZER CODE 0104
The excellent quality of our unpasteurized local honey products is unchanged, so if you would like to place an order, please refer to the prices below, then call us at 613 - 316-4801 to arrange your pick-up time.
IMPORTANT: Payments are by cheque or cash and will only be received in a new envelope or a clean zip-lock bag. Banking eTransfer is much preferred at this time, for everyone's safety. Please call for more instructions.
If you have gloves and a mask please use them for the order pick-up process. We practice social distancing of 6 feet. You will be buzzed into the lobby of the pickup building, and your order will be placed on the floor for you to pick up.
Again the number to call is 613 - 316-4801
We will ship anywhere, (pending foreign import regulations) usually next business day.
NOTE: Honey and beeswax candles are heavy products requiring careful bulk packaging, and may increase the cost of your order considerably. Our worldwide feedback tells us that the cost is well worth the investment!
Our Fully Stocked Market Table
Dried Bee Pollen
Mild Honey Soap
Pillar Candles & Fancies
OUR ONLY AVAILABLE PRODUCTS AT THIS TIME ARE AS FOLLOWS:
- 750ml Unpasteurized Wildflower Honey - $20
- Mild Honey Soap - $3 each, 4 for $10
- 500 ml Creamed Honey - $14
- 500 ml Buckwheat Honey $14
Payment arrangements are by:
Cash in a sealed envelope
Credit card over the phone
WELCOME to Harvest Honey, Ottawa, Ontario
Text/tel: (613) 316-4801 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For 2020 our 1kg jar of honey costs $20, tax included.
Thank you for your continuing
business and interest in the world's honeybees.
Beautiful Beekeeper David Lyons, is a registered beekeeper in the Province of Ontario. Dave and his wife Ruth live in Ottawa and work hard to promote education about the importance of honeybees in our global ecosystem. Harvest Honey sells and ships the best raw honey you'll find anywhere.
The bees are maintained in a remote country setting away from commercial spraying and pesticides. The bees feed on a natural diet of wildflowers around the farm. This delivers notes of clover, apple blossom, goldenrod and ever-changing wildflowers. The honey is thick with pollen, enzymes, and antioxidants. It is not boiled (pasteurized) or blended. For a few ideas click on how to add honey into your diet or your beauty regimen click on
Store liquid honey in a dark corner of your kitchen cupboard and it should last for years. Avoid boiling and microwaving which will destroy beneficial enzymes and will chemically change the structure and the taste of the honey.
Refrigerating your honey will encourage crystallisation. If you need to renew a crystallising jar, place it in a pan of hot tap water for about 15 minutes. Wipe the area clean. Crystallized honey is not the enemy, is no different than regular honey, and can easily be used in tea.
For a bit more on crystallisation click here Why Does Honey Crystallize?
Our unpasteurized honey is bottled quickly after collection from the beehive. It is strained once, and then poured directly into honey jars.
Honey's reported benefits date back to ancient history. It is noteworthy that John the Baptist was reported in Matthew 3:4 as living on a diet of locusts and wild honey. In 1923, during the 'Carter excavations in Egypt' viable Honey was found in the tomb of King Tutankhamun. The Honey found in the tomb was still soft and viable, after 3500 years!
As our western seasons progress, the color, aroma, flavor, and water content of local honey changes. Honey in June may not taste the same or look the same as honey collected in October, because the bees feed on different flowers at different times of the year.
Our only products needing refrigeration are Cinnamon-Honey-Butter and Creamed Honey. Unfortunately, this requirement makes them IMPRACTICAL for shipping.
Unrupulous honey operators have been known to add sugar, liquid glucose, water, food dye, preservatives, thickeners, and antibiotics to create a false impression of a high-quality honey product. These products are often found at 'big-box' stores around the world, whose priorities are often profits over product. If you care about what your family eats, make sure to discuss these issues with your bee-keeper!