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From Flower, To Bee, To Hive, To Jar.

Our Story

Over its history as a food, the main uses of honey are in cooking, baking, desserts, as a spread on bread, as an addition to various beverages such as tea, and as a sweetener in some commercial beverages.

Due to its energy density, honey is an important food for virtually all hunter-gatherer cultures in warm climates, with the Hadza people ranking honey as their favorite food.

Nectar Source

This is all the different types and forms of honey Queen Bee carries. From jarred honey to honeycomb and straws.


Bee related products, ranging from beeswax candles to clothing.


Queen Bee’s personal cosmetic line.


Products that contain bee related applications and superfoods for a variety of applications.


Honey related snacks for the road, hike, or just to have at home.

What People Are Saying

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Angela L.

22 Jul, 2023

We scouted out The Village while vacationing nearby. We had to stop in the Queen Bee since we love honey. I bought the c ...More

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Ariana D.

07 Nov, 2023

Gabe was super helpful and gave us an AWESOME honey tasting for like $3! What a cool experience while you're visiting t ...More

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Alex B.

08 Feb, 2023

This little shop with their outstanding products makes it easy to support local small businesses. We stopped in to pick ...More