Anna’s Honey Blog is Up and Running!

by Vicky on April 27, 2012

in Other Honey Topics

Hello there and welcome to our blog. We are excited to share our Honey World with you and hope you enjoy our weekly posts. Our goal is to open our doors and let you have a glimpse of what Anna’s Honey is all about.

We welcome your input and interaction. Leave a comment, send us an email, give us a call. We believe that part of becoming better is listening to what you, our fabulous customers and fans, have to say. Your voices are valuable to us!

I look forward to sharing honey recipes, product tips and more with you, our readership. If you want to become a part of the Anna’s Honey community you can subscribe to our RSS Feed and receive new posts directly via email or your preferred RSS reader.

If you love honey, you’ve come to the right place! Goodbye for now!

~Vicky

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Connie Wicks October 23, 2012 at 2:35 am

I have bee using Anna’s honey since the early 90′s. I only get fireweed. I don’t see it listed on your site. Can you tell me where I might find it? And, yes, I know, I should try the other kinds. But that is my favorite!

Sincerely,
Connie Wicks

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Vicky October 24, 2012 at 9:44 am

Hi Connie,

Thank you for your interest in our Fireweed Honey. I am sorry to report that we currently do not have any Fireweed Honey in stock. Because of the unique conditions required for Fireweed Honey production, there are some seasons that we just aren’t able to offer it. It is also unclear if we will be able to offer it again in the future. I apologize for the inconvenience as I know it is an excellent honey. I do hope that you would be willing to try one of our other delicious honey varietals.

We will be sending out a special offer during the second week of November via our Email List. If you have not yet signed up, I encourage you to, here: http://blog.annashoney.com/email-subscribe. Then, if you were interested in trying a new varietal, you could use the special offer to get it at a discounted price.

Again, I apologize that this product you have loved for so long is not available. But I do thank you for being a loyal Anna’s Honey customer. We really do appreciate you!

~Vicky
Anna’s Honey

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Robin Kearney January 3, 2013 at 6:10 am

Dear Vicky, I am planning to buy some bulk honey for my son in laws birthday. He wants to brew some homemade mead. I was wondering what the shelf life of your honey is, (Approximately) because I’m not sure how much honey he will need, and if there’s extra, I don’t want it to spoil. I will ask my daughter to try to get preferred flavor info from him. He might want hints of blackberry, or maybe not. Do you have a recommendation too? Thanks Robin

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Vicky January 3, 2013 at 11:18 am

Hello Robin and thank you for your interest in Anna’s Honey. Honey generally lasts for a long time, indefinitely really, as long as it is properly stored. You’ll want to store any leftover honey in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight and be sure that the lid is closed tight.

Over time honey will harden or turn cloudy. While this may seem to indicate that it has spoiled, it’s actually very natural and does not harm the honey. If the honey does happen to crystallize, warming it in a pot of warm water will bring it back to its fluid state. Also, after longer periods of storage the flavor of the honey may degrade, but it should not be unsafe to eat (if stored properly).

I do know of one customer who used our honey to make mead. They purchased the 12-pound pail of Blackberry Honey to make a 5-gallon batch of mead and seemed very happy with the results.

As far as flavor choices, we offer two varieties in bulk sizes. our Clover Honey has more of a mild sweet flavor, while our Blackberry Honey is a bit bolder. The flavor differences are very subtle, similar to the ways that wine may vary in notes and flavors.

I hope this information helps! Thank you again for getting in touch, I am sure your son-in-law will be very pleased with Anna’s Honey, whichever flavor you choose. Please let me know if you have any further questions!

~Vicky
Anna’s Honey

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Mike powers March 26, 2013 at 5:17 am

What kind of containers can I use to transfer the honey
From the 12 pound bucket . For every day use.
What’s the best procedure to do it . Thank you

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Vicky March 26, 2013 at 10:05 am

Hi Mike! Thanks so much for posting your question. Some of our customers use what is called a “Honey Gate” for their bulk-sized pails. It’s basically a spout or spigot that can be attached to the bucket for easy pouring. You can buy the honey gate and install it on your own bucket, or some companies sell buckets that already have the spigot attached. Here is a link I found to one company’s website: http://www.hillsidebees.com/Honey-Bucket-with-Honey-Gate-p/es-005.htm.

A quick online search for “Honey Gate” will bring up many options for where to buy what is right for you.

Thank you again for your inquiry and your interest in Anna’s Honey! Please let me know if you have any further questions!

Sincerely,
Vicky
Anna’s Honey

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Dawn November 28, 2013 at 10:39 pm

Do you all do franchises? How do we sign up to be a vendor for your products if not a franchise in concession foodcarts? Thx

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Vicky November 29, 2013 at 12:04 pm

Hi Dawn,

Thank you for getting in touch with us. You’ll want to contact our main office to see if you qualify for our wholesale program. They can also answer any questions you may have. You can reach them at 800-800-9490.

Thank You for your interest!

~Vicky Lee
Anna’s Honey

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