Raw Honey Infusions

Raw Honeys Infused with Flowers, Spices, and Nuts
from Brookfield Farm Bees And Honey:

Glass Jar of Lavender Infused Raw Honey from Brookfield Farm Bees And Honey

Cold Infusion Process – Infusions are Never Heated

Made with Raw Honey
from Naturally Treated Hives.

Contain:
Raw Honey : unfiltered, unheated
Herb, Flowers, or Nut essence
Less than 1% alcohol by volume
Pollen
Propolis
Beeswax

Cold-matured for one month
The product is never heated

 

 


Available Raw Infused Honeys :

  • Ginger
  • Lavender
  • Vanilla Bean

FIND OUR RAW HONEY INFUSIONS AT:

Farmers Markets and Events
Retail Outlets
Honey Prices and Availabilty

FREE Home Delivery to Bellingham & locations along the Mt. Baker Highway

Infused Honey Prices:

Shipping and handling charges will be added to the prices below. We charge the shipping rate plus a small handling fee (more information below)

2.5 ounce (net weight) glass  jar with gold lid : $6.00
9 ounce (net weight) glass  jar with gold lid : $12.00

Wholesale pricing is available, please contact us with “Wholesale” in subject

 

Shipping Options:

We normally ship US Postal Service: price of shipping plus a small handling fee.

We can ship UPS or FedEx, but the shipping & handling price is higher because we have to drive an hour each way to ship with them.

 Go to Honey Prices and Availability

Contact Brookfield Farm Bees And Honey

 

 

2 Responses to Raw Honey Infusions

  1. Whitney Buckingham-Beechie says:

    I would like to buy 5 jars of Lavender Infused Honey & 1 jar of Vanilla Bean Infused Honey to send as Christmas gifts. Will you please let me know the price & shipping costs to my home: 8840 192nd St. SW, Edmonds, WA 98026? I also am wondering if your free Bellingham delivery includes Bow/Edison, or if that is too far.
    BTW – your Lavender Infused Honey is amazing!
    :^D Thanks!

    ~Whitney

    • Bean says:

      Hi Whitney – Yes the free delivery is only in the city of Bellingham and along the Mt. Baker Hwy — where I go to do errands. I can certainly ship, but I do the Ballard Farmers Market in Seattle every Sunday 10-3. That’s the less expensive and more fun way to go since you’re in Edmonds. If you want to ship, it’s the cost of the honey and the shipping via FedEx – I never know until I’m there the total cost, but that sounds like $15-20, at a guess. Email me and we can “talk” bean@pacificnorthwesthoney.com

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