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Golden Delight Honey, LLC.
(225) 803-5406


Pure Carolina Honey



Honeybee gathering nectar from climbing hempvine (Mikania scandens) Wildflower honey produced in one portion of a state or a country will taste entirely different from honey produced in another portion of a state. The taste of the honey depends on the floral source (species of wildflowers) of which the honeybees collect the nectar from.

HoneybeesHoneybee gathering pollen and nectar from creosotebush (Larrea tridentata) collect nectar from hundreds of species of wildflowers, fruit trees, and vegetables in order to produce honey. The color and flavor of honey depends on the flowers from which bees gather the nectar. The color of honey ranges in a wide variety of colors from water white through different shades of amber to dark amber. A single hive (colony) of honeybees must tap 200,000 flowers and travel over 55,000 miles to gather enough nectar to produce just one pound of honey. In fact, a single female worker honeybee will only make 1/12th of a teaspoon of honey in her short lifespan of approximately 40 days!

Italian_queen_closeup We sell locally produced varietal honey from our Russian bee yards located in the piedmont and coastal plains of North Carolina and South Carolina including Sourwood Honey, Wildflower Honey, Gallberry Honey, and Goldenrod Honey. In addition, we also produce and sell cut honeycomb, chunk honey containing a generous chunk of honeycomb emmersed in liquid honey, spun honey, and herbal infused honey to retail customers. Our Cinnamon Spun Honey and Blackberry Spun Honey are our hottest spun honey sellers. Try our Cinnamon Infused Honey in your hot coffee or hot tea.

Wildflower honey produced at our other honeybee yards also comes from a varied floral source such as yaupon, Chinese tallow tree, red maple, sourwood trees, clovers, blackberries, wild plums, goldenrods, climbing hempvine, asters, and other tree, shrub, and wildflower species found in the piedmont areas of North Carolina and South Carolina.

We keep our Carolina honey produced and harvested from our Russian honeybee colonies at each bee yard separate from honey produced from other bee yards. Honey crops from different locations from just a few miles apart can have totally different honey flavors. For those of you who are from southern Louisiana, we occasionally stock honey from just outside of Baton Rouge, Louisiana where Golden Delight Honey, LLC began back in 2005.

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2011 RETAIL BOTTLED HONEY PRICES


Squeeze Bottle
8 ounce honey bottle
8 oz.
$4.00
Cylinder
12 ounce cylinder
12 oz.
$5.00
Bear

12 oz.
$5.00
Queenline Bottle 16 ounce queenline bottle
1 lb.
$6.00
Squeeze Bottle
16 ounce squeeze bottle
1 lb.
$6.00
Bear
24 ounce squeeze bear
24 oz.
$8.00
Squeeze Bottle
40 ounce squeeze bottle
40 oz.
$9.00
Queenline Bottle
40 ounce Queenline bottle
40 oz.
$9.00
Squeeze Bottle
3 pounds wildflower honey
3 lbs
$12.00
Chunk Honey
Chunk Honey
Pint Jar
$10.00
Cut Honey Comb
Cut Honeycomb
Cut Honeycomb
$5.00 to $10.00


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Honeybees making Honey
Buckfast F1 Hybrid Honeybees creating honeycomb from foundation. Foundation is the "cement" that beekeepers use for honeybees to create honeycomb. In the above photo, the upper right is the foundation. The lower portion is the new honeycomb. Notice the wildflower nectar the honeybees have added to the honeycomb. When the nectar has ripened into honey, the honeybees will cap each cell of honey with a thin layer of beeswax. Only after the cells are capped with beeswax can the honey be extracted and bottled.