Vermont Honey Farm Apiary  produces pure, raw honey from the Foothills of  Clarendon West Mountain’s, Rutland County, Vermont. The bees gather nectar from a variety of wildflowers, hardwoods and fruit trees for a delicate flavor that is sweet, yet mild. The bees fly freely over open meadows, woodlands, rivers and pastureland.

Our Honey is packaged in Glass containers, never pasteurize, It has not been heated and only lightly strained to retains all the trace vitamins, minerals, enzymes, flavors and aromas of fresh raw honey
Raw honey is a pure and natural substance that has a number of health and nutrition benefits, a healthful way to sweeten food and beverages. It is always delicious in hot or cold drinks, yummy for baking and cooking, and wonderful as a spread on bread, toast or crackers.  Honey is good for you and makes lovely gifts for family and friends.

All RAW honey will granulate (get cloudy and thick) in time. This is natural, and does not mean the honey has "gone bad", as honey does not spoil. Gently heat the container in a hot pot of water to re-liquify. We recommend not heating it over 100 degrees to prevent the loss of flavor, enzymes, and nutritional benefits.