3 Benefits of Kiawah River’s Golden Honey

Once you’ve tried it, you’ll never go back to store bought.

Kiawah River’s honey is special to our community. It is sweet, pure and timeless in its process. If you listen carefully, you can hear the humming hive that’s energetic pace produces a bountiful supply of honey. The fresh, golden sap is made by honeybees that are harvested under a large oak in the Northwest area of our farms. Sweeping up the thick nectar with a honey dipper, you’ll sense the pride of growing something from nature.

The hardworking bees produce dark and light honey depending on the season and the way they are harvested. The hue, fragrance and sweetness vary depending on what the bees eat and different plants that bloom in the fall as compared to the spring.

This spring, Kiawah River’s honey produced a light, sweet and fragrant taste from wildflowers. When we collected it in the fall, it produced a richer, deep flavor from palmetto trees.

This raw honey doesn’t just taste amazing, it can also impact your overall wellbeing:

ONE – – – Raw honey naturally combats the local pollen, so it will reduce your allergy and inflammation symptoms and boost your immunity.

TWO – – – You can use it as a cure for wounds and infections, as it provides antibacterial and healing results for your wellness.

THREE – – – It’s an antioxidant powerhouse, bringing increased levels of disease-fighting elements to your body.

Next time you visit us, be sure to check in at the Farmhouse and try a sample of our Golden Honey. Enjoy it in your tea, on toast or with a slice of our fresh goat cheese!