September is National Honey Month
September marks the start of National Honey Month, our favorite time of year! Celebrate the occasion with a jar of our Eastern Shore Honey. All of our honey is pure, raw, and Star K certified, so it’s perfect for your Jewish New Year celebrations.
At Waxing Kara, we offer several types of local honey that would be perfect to celebrate National Honey Month with: wildflower varietals. Two of these varieties come right from our Chesterhaven farm. These are the most local types of honey that we carry, and are perfect if you happen to be looking for something to combat your pollen allergies!
Celebrate National Honey Month with our Eastern Shore Honey
Spring Honey: Our Spring Honey comes from our Chesterhaven farm on Kent Island. This honey is produced by the bees from the nectar of wildflowers, trees, and lavender that bloom from early spring to midsummer in our meadows. Light in color, with a sweet floral taste, this honey is very fragrant and perfect for use in your favorite beverages and desserts.
Autumn Honey: This comes from the nectar of wildflowers in the late summer months on the Chester River on Kent Island. Our Autumn Honey can be used for pollen-allergy therapy, by eating a spoonful each day to build up pollen allergens resistance over time. Eastern Shore Autumn Honey has a wonderful distinctive flavor, mildly floral in nature with a strong earthy finish and always a little bit of salt.
Wildflower Honey: This honey comes from the nectar of summer wildflowers in upstate New York. By some, it is believed that ingesting small amounts of raw local honey each day introduces small amounts of pollen into the system and building up pollen allergens over time. Great with blue cheese and cashews paired with a pinot noir. Also delicious on oatmeal with cinnamon and on Greek yogurt.
However you celebrate National Honey Month, make sure you share your photos with the hashtag #waxingkara on Instagram. We love seeing what you’re up to!