Our Honey

Our​ Honey

Twice a year we harvest our honey to produce two distinctive tasting honey varieties. We have become well known on these islands for our seasonal honey that is lovingly produced by the worker bees that head out daily onto the slopes of Mt Haleakalā to forage for nectar.


Summer Honey

.....has a medium to light amber color and the flavor is mild, with simpler and light floral notes and a very subtle delicate spicy finish. Our patrons who like mild honey like the taste of our Summer Honey.

Summer Honey is made by the bees during the summer months between May and October. During this time the bees collect nectar from the Wilelaiki tree that grows on the forest edges and grass pastures on the leeward side of Mt. Haleakalā. They also visit other secondary sources such as Glycine and Silky Oak. We harvest in November.


Winter Honey

.....is darker in color, and its flavor is complex with tones of butterscotch and caramel and heavier floral notes. Our patrons who like dark wildflower honey tend to like our Winter Honey.

Winter honey is made by the bees during the winter months between December and April. During this time the bees collect nectar from the large forests of Eucalyptus on the North West slopes of Mt. Haleakalā. They also visit many other secondary sources such as blackberry, glycine, Haole Koa, Avocado, Silky Oak and Ohia Lehua. We harvest in April.