Organic Honey

Our honey offers a wide range of premium monofloral honeys with organoleptic characteristics that will satisfy even the most demanding palates.

In addition, Our honey carefully controls the production process to guarantee that it respects the environment and the bees.

Our honey does not package its products with heat, nor does it pasteurize them. Honey products are “raw”. This process preserves the honey’s whole beneficial and curative properties that characterize it as 100% natural.

Our honey has a creamy consistency and in some cases, you may find foam on its surface. Both traits are generated by the packaging process that does not use heat.

Desert Honey: Mezquite Blossom


Originating in the desert, coupled with the changes in temperature to which the mesquite tree is exposed make this honey a total triumph of nature.


It is completely white; it has a smokey flavor and notes of wood and caramel. A true delight for the palate.


We recommend pairing it with berries, fresh cheese and hearty whole-grain bread.

Desert Honey: Kidneywood Blossom


Its origin is the nectar of the whole flower of the Varaduz Tree. This honey has a light amber color and goes well with everything.


Its delicate and subtle flavor makes it perfect to add sweetness to your favorite dishes without it stealing the show.


Pair it with cheeses that have a strong flavor such as gouda or specialty teas.

Mayan Honey: Tsitsilché Blossom


Tsitsilché honey is a jewel from the Yucatan Pennisula.  Its nectar comes from the tsitsilché tree in the Calakmul Biosphere Jungle.


This honey is distinguished by its intense floral aroma and by its evolving flavors which begins as sweet and floral then ends as slightly spicy. Undoubtedly, this honey certainly has a personality.


Pairs extraordinarily with poultry, like chicken or quail, and white fish, such as cod.

Volcano Honey: Wild Sunflower Blossom


This honey derives from the nectar of two wildflowers: acahual and casahuate.  Both found in the slopes of the beautiful volcanos in Central Mexico, namely the Popocatepetl and the Iztaccihuatl, which give this distinct honey its ability to naturally crystallize into a creamy consistency.  So much so that we’ve nicknamed it “Butter Honey”.


The two main source flowers in this honey give its unique creamed butter to melted butter hue: acahual is yellow and casahuate is white.


It is perfect atop pancakes, waffles, toast, or any kind of pastry.


Honeycomb is the most wholesome food anyone can find.  Every ounce of richness and goodness that the bee produces is hidden within.  It contains was, pollen, residual royal jelly, and honey.  Its botanical origin is the mesquite tree that embarks its sweet woody flavors into the comb.


Honeycomb has many uses including as a natural skin treatment leveraging its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It also has healing properties and can be used as an excellent moisturizing mask on the face, skin, and lips.


Due to its pollen content, it is widely used as a natural treatment for seasonal allergies when eaten. It’s delicious when paired alongside a healthy breakfast or on a charcuterie of cheeses, fruit, nuts, and cold deli meats.