Wai Meli - Local Raw Honey 16 oz. - Macadamia Blossom Blend

This Macadamia Blossom Blend Honey is from Big Island Moonbow Farms' Paʻauilo bee yard. It is a one-off blend that offers rich, dark and well-rounded flavors. This varietal is the darkest honey it harvests all year and came during the winter months. As the temperatures drop to 60 degrees F in the macadamia orchard, the trees push out their flower tassels and attract its honey bees to their elegant sprays. This honey offers rich flavors of molasses and a smooth palate that carries hints of the previous trees that were in bloom, the eucalyptus robusta. This combination is extremely unique and makes a delightful addition to brines, marinades, or simply drizzled atop vanilla ice cream. You can even enjoy this honey by the spoonful!

Wai Meli Local Raw Honey goes great on Hawaiian Vanilla Co. - Vanilla Granola, or even as a natural sweetener for your morning coffee or tea. Try it with Big Island Roasters Hawai'i Coffees or Tea Chest Hawai'i's assortment of delicious teas.



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About Wai Meli

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Founded by Kawika Sebag, Wai Meli harvests Hawaiʻi-grown honey in an effort to promote sustainability in agriculture and facilitate the plight of the honeybee. Wai Meli is produced by Big Island Moonbow Farms, a small-scale beekeeping venture located on Hawai’i Island. The unique flowers and nectar our islands have to offer help to create its special and delicious honey–from the Lehua Blossom Honey to its Eucalyptus Blossom Honey. 

Inspired by the plight of the honeybee in Hawai‘i and worldwide, the grassroots company has been caring for honeybees in an organic fashion since 2011. While its primary focus is the health and well-being of bees, Wai Meli’s diverse apiary locations allow it to capture several of the island’s one-of-a-kind nectar sources. With immense passion and the combined efforts of family and bees, the Hawai‘i Island brand is pleased to offer its array of small-harvest, local, raw honeys.

This sweet team believes beekeeping is a synthesis of many elements including farming, biology and art. There are many variables involved in nectar selection and foraging availability; location, weather patterns, honeybee health, and hive management all play vital roles in the production of honey. Each harvest is seasonal and determined by the preferences of the honeybees. Wai Meli’s floral honey varieties are unheated to maintain nutritive value and true character. Working with his farm’s bees and receiving such an amazing product, Kawika finds this work to be a true labor of love!

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