Bottled in in Circa 1800 Honey Jars Our seasonal honey is bottled in these reproduction cork-stoppered bottles first introduced in the 1800s. The jars are embossed with an old-fashioned bee skep and flitting little honeybees. Beautiful enough to gift, but you’ll want to keep one for yourself.
“After our pediatrician recommended honey to soothe my two daughters’ coughs, I purchased my first bottle of BumbleBerry Farms honey. My girls gladly swallowed a heaping spoonful and said that it made their throats feel ‘slippery’ and much better.
Now that they’re over their colds, they still get a sweet treat before bed at their
request (demand). It’s nice to know that honey from BumbleBerry Farms is a safe,
doctor-recommended remedy to aid my little people in a good night’s sleep.”
~ Kelli T., South Carolina
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Our summer honey is golden light and clover sweet, while our caramelly late summer, early fall varietal whispers of asters, goldenrod, and star thistle. Our embossed vintage-inspired honey jars are so exquisite you’ll want to repurpose them in your home to hold homemade bath oils, a handful of child-picked dandelions, or colored waters to reflect windowsill sunbeams.Note: The National Honey Board, along with other health organizations, recommends that honey not be fed to infants less than one year of age.