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Red Bee Honey Comb Box

$32.00 / Box
Red Bee Honey Comb Box
  • by Red Bee Honey
  • United States

Hailing from the Red Bee Apiary in Weston, Connecticut, this delicate honeycomb hexagon is floral, sweet, and visually stunning on a cheeseboard. It’s raw, unheated, and all-natural. Make this decadent honeycomb the star of your next cheese plate, serving it alongside some Four Fat Fowl St. Stephen and Trois Petits Cochons Cornichons.

“This honeycomb is unbelievably good. I like to switch my honeys up and love to throw this unique honeycomb into the mix. When I’m feeling spicy, I'll add a few drops of Tabasco to the honey as it flows from the comb, to give it a nice kick.”
Murray’s Production – New York, NY
  • Red Bee Honeycomb Box is made at the Red Bee Apiary in Weston, Connecticut.
  • The honeycomb offers honey it its purest form, cut straight from the hive and left unprocessed.
  • You can see the perfectly structured hexagons that make up this visually distinct honeycomb.
  • A slightly offset grid of wax cells makes the structure of the honeycomb stronger.
  • For those wondering: yes, bee’s wax is safe to eat.
  • This Honeycomb Box should be the star of any cheese board—try using it as the centerpiece, where it’s sure to attract attention.
  • If preferred, you can cut it into smaller pieces to savor just a bit at a time. Honey has preservative qualities, which means it lasts forever and won’t go bad.
  •  Based in Weston, Connecticut, Red Bee Honey is known for its outstanding honeys. 
  • Head beekeeper Marina Marchese has an admirable passion for the keeping and protection of honeybees.  
  • Marchese is a honeybee expert, having written numerous books on the subject, including The Honey Connoisseur: Selecting, Tasting, and Pairing Honey and Honeybee: Lessons from an Accidental Beekeeper.
  • She is widely recognized as one of the country’s strongest advocates for the protection of honeybees, and has been known to wax poetic about the intricate social life and hierarchy of her bees.
  • She even founded the American Honey Tasting Society in 2013.

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