March 07, 08 and 09 - Friday, Saturday and Sunday: I'll be along the street by Costco (by the bridge near Airport Way - look for the little white truck with the big yellow sign!) on 138th in Portland from around 11:30 a.m. on Friday, until around 3:00 p.m. and then from around 11:00 a.m. until around 3:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Raw Honey, Fresh Pollen, Honeycomb, Propolis and Royal Jelly
> Clover - Sunshine in a jar :-) Clover is a superb all-purpose honey that sweetens without changing the characteristics of the food. Fresh raw clover honey offers a depth of flavor that the stuff that lines the grocery store shelves just can't match.
> Madras - This gorgeous carrot blossom honey comes to us from the carrot seed fields of Madras, Oregon. The crop this year is fabulous. It has a nice crisp flavor with an Earthy, herbal finish. You'll find it perfect for sweetening when you're not looking for fruit or floral notes.
> Raspberry - I thought I was out of Raspberry until summer but had a great surprise this week! The smooth yet intense fruit notes are delivered with a bright, clean finish. The texture is wonderful. It's simply delicious drizzled over French toast and gives your fresh ginger tea a memorable sparkle.
> Wild Flower - This is a beautiful dark-amber honey that offers a fresh, light, bright floral profile which mellows to leave a delightful aftertaste. Perfect for smoothies, hot oatmeal, peanut butter sandwiches and quite a few people enjoy it in their coffee.
Honeycomb, Pollen, Propolis and Royal Jelly
Pollen - Beautiful, fluffy, high quality pollen is available! To assure optimal nutritional value I purchase small batches of gently handled pollen that has been properly stored. Stop by and compare the difference between fresh and dry, shelf-stored pollen.
Propolis - Locally sourced, this propolis is a 75% alcohol concentrate. Propolis is a resinous mixture collected by bees from tree buds and sap flowers. Bees use propolis for protection against harmful bacteria, viruses, molds and fungi in and around the hive.
Honeycomb - Currently sold out. Honey and comb production was down by about 50% in 2012 and 2013. If conditions improve I'll be able to offer fresh comb again in the late summer or early fall of 2014.
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