EDIBLE NOTES

Honey, Honey for Heritage Honey

Photography By Ron Wallace | December 15, 2014
0 Shares
Share to printerest Share to fb Share to twitter Share to mail Share to print

Heritage Honey is the be all, end all for honey fanciers and beekeeping enthusiasts.

The newly opened Ventura facility is a state-certified honey processor and bottler, geared to be a resource for beekeepers who cannot process their own honey.

The front part of the building is a retail storefront that sells six local honeys: sage from the Sespe mountain area near Fillmore, orange from Ojai, avocado from Moorpark, wildflower from the Matilija Canyon area near Ojai and raspberry from Port Hueneme. There's even a creamy lemon honey, which has natural lemon concentrate added to spun honey for a sweet-tangy flavor.

Customers can sample the honeys to discover the different flavor profiles and choose their favorite.

The store also sells beeswax, pollen, propolis (a resin-like substance with medicinal uses), royal jelly and beekeeping supplies. The business is in partnership with David Mitchell of Blue Ridge Honey.

Find it

2031 E. Thompson Blvd.
Ventura, CA
805-641-0408
Article from Edible Ojai & Ventura County at http://edibleventuracounty.ediblecommunities.com/shop/honey-honey-heritage-honey
Subscribe
Build your own subscription bundle.
Pick 3 regions for $60