Raising Quality Queens in the Heart of Paradise

On the west coast of Hawaii's Big Island, 1000 feet above the sea, the temperature stays between 75 and 85 degrees, and the sunny slopes and verdant valleys are always in bloom. These unique conditions make our home a paradise for bees, allowing Big Island Queens to produce strong, healthy queens year-round.

Pure & Raw Hawaiian Wildflower Honey

This unique biodiversity of Hawaii's Big Island creates a robust honey that's complex in flavor, with light tropical nectar supported by rich caramel and butterscotch, hints of coffee and smoke and a mellow, toasty warmth.