==> A 16oz JAR SAVES 5,000 BEES! SUPPORT SAFE BEE RESCUE!
From the flowers and forests of Kajo Keji, South Sudan—you can taste the red, iron-rich soil the plants these bees foraged on were growing out of just like a fine-wine.
This honey is harvested by South Sudanese beekeepers of the River Nile International Cooperative exclusively for Epic Honey.
The honey comes from bees who naturally foraged and are never fed by a beekeeper. Since vast swaths of land are being devoted to organic farming in Kajo Keji, South Sudan, we can say that this honey is produced on land dedicated to 100% pure, chemical-free, and delicious farming practices!
Every $20 you spend with Epic Honey allows us to rescue around 5,000 bees and supports sustainable projects and cooperatives like River Nile International to create sustainable, eco-friendly businesses.
You can literally help save the bees when you purchase a jar of Epic Honey. Profits from this item go to support the safe rescue, relocation, and rehabilitation of honey bees through our partnership with theAmerican Honey Bee Protection Agency.
Like wine cultivated from grapes grown in different regions, honey connoisseurs know that there is a wide range of wild honey flavors – and they don’t taste anything like that super-sweet concoction you purchase in the plastic bear from the grocery store.
Truly wild honey takes on the flavor profile of whatever the bees have foraged on. These bees foraged on flowers and forests growing out of the red, iron-rich soil of Kajo Keji, South Sudan.
Our honey is 100% raw, never cooked, and never adulterated (we don't add anything to it). We solar sit our honey with the wax, propolis, and other local pollens, giving each batch of Epic Honey added medicinal value. You get it just the way the bees made it—delicious.
Like a fine wine, your first taste should direct you to what the bees foraged on (avocados—yum!), and then, in the back of your throat, detect the sweetness.
This is a limited reserve honey, meaning we didn't push our bees to overproduce, nor did we blend this with some "other" bulk honey (like many other honey companies). This honey came straight out of a Nayarit beehive and into the jar.
Since we take such care in our process, we are only able to produce small runs of each honey profile. Once this honey is gone, it's gone. This honey will have a slightly different flavor profile every season and every time we pull it from the hive. But every time, you can bet—it'll be delicious.
At Epic Honey, we make sure our honey is chemical free and all-natural. We maintain the integrity of our hives by assuring nearby farmers do not spray pesticides, so our bee colonies are never in danger.
We really like bees. That's why we practice "bee approved" beekeeping and bee wrangling, then donate the profits from this honey to a powerful, no-kill bee rescue operation.
==> THIS JAR SAVES BEES!
Profits from this honey are donated to the American Honey Bee Protection Agency to support the safe rescue, relocation, and rehabilitation of wild honey bees. Every $10 you spend with Epic Honey Co. saves around 2,500 bees.
Together, we can save the bees! Thank you! We need our pollinator friends.
Shipping & insurance fees are based on package weight. Our limited reserve honey is shipped in thick glass jars, which add some extra weight to the overall package. Your shipping fee guarantees delivery and the integrity of these glass jars. If a jar is broken upon receipt, we will send you another replacement jar at no extra charge.
Due to high volume, we are experiencing a one to two week lead time in fulfilling orders. Thank you for your patience!