They got honey. They got swag. They got bath stuff and style.
These purveyors of small batch honey have an interesting strategy. You can even buy EcoFriendly suggestions on a funky foldover Bee bag.
1960 San Marco Blvd.
Phone: (904) 513-4050
My friend Jessica and I meandered it this designer honey spot in San Marco last Saturday.
It was a sticky situation.
First we got to sample mango honey and other cool flavors. They have these funky paper spoons that were hard to figure out for a moment but are actually pretty cool.
I tried some of the honey scrub product and got my hands all gritty and sticky. My jeans weren’t much help so we left pretty quickly. After, of course, my friend got some decadent creamed honey to take back to Orlando.
The decor and vibe of this place are great.
A sink or towels to help with sticky hands would’ve def kept me there longer.
Next time I need a honeycomb for a charcuterie platter, I just might wander back here.
This adventure reminded me of the beekeeper I met in Vegas. He was so disappointed when I told him about the swarm of bees that interrupted my Luxor poolside tanning. He said, “Oh!!! I wish I had my bee boxes!” That guy was awesome.