Honey products of different species, royal jelly, honey forests of various varieties, nuts and almonds with honey and more!
12 types of honey! Did you know that honey has more than one type? We have 12 varieties, from different flowering areas in Israel.
Quality honey, not warmed, not cooked. 100% Natural!
Approved by the Israeli Honey Board.
Collected from tamarisk (saltcedar) trees in the Hevel Habesor area. This honey crystallizes a relatively short time collection. It’s brown and has a slightly bitter flavour. Collected in the middle of September.
Collected from hives placed in Western Negev orchars in the Hevel Habesor region. Light in colour, with a delicate flavour and intoxicating aroma. Collected from the middle to end of April.
Collected in early spring from hives in Hevel Adulam. The honey is accumulated from the clover plant whose growth is the direct result of late rains in this region. This honey is light in colour with a delicate flavour.
Collected from hives placed in the south of the country, where the decreasing rain over the last years, has allowed the thistle to grown. The honey has a dominant and special aroma. Collected in May.
Sage and Thyme
Collected from hives in the Judean Mountains area. This honey is light in colour with a delicate flavour. Collected at the end of June/beginning of July.
Honey from avocado tree flowers: Collected from hives located in northern Israel, in avocado plantations, in early May. It was brown. Its taste is unique.
Golan’s thistle honey
Collected from hives placed in the Mount Hermon area, produced from Carthamus and Echinops thistles, in the end of July. The honey has a dominant aroma.
Summer Eucalyptus honey
Collected from hives placed near to eucalyptus trees in the wadis and of the Negev. It has a pungent aroma, strong flavour and unique healthy characteristics. Collected at the end of August.
Jaffa Scabious and Hyssop honey
Honey from Jaffa Scabious and Hyssop honey: Collected from hives in the magical and medicinal Hevel Adulam area. First rate flavour with a unique aroma. Collected at the beginning of July.
Common Ziziphus honey
Collected from hives in the vicinity of Zisiphus trees near Dov mountain in the north of the country. The honey is unique to Israel. Light brown with a flavour that is truly a delicacy. Collected in August.
Authentic Spring Eucalyptus
Collected from hives placed at the foot of eucalyptus trees in the wadis and of the magical Negev. The honey has a pungent aroma, strong flavour and unique healthy characteristics. Collected in May.
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In 1979 beekeeper Shai Spector founded an amateur bee yard. In 1982 he turned the establishment into a business, producing honey and pollinating agricultural crops.
The large apiary is one the leading in Israel (producing a high quality variety of honey) that stretches across the country far and wide – from Tze’elim in the south to the Golan Heights in the north. The honey is collected from the hive in a modern process in Kfar Rut and maintained in a professional manner, ensuring its quality over the years.
The honey production takes place in a stringent external environment – the apiary is a member of the ‘Tav HaIchut’ program and is visited and reviewed by a member of Agrior.
In 2005 a shop was established next to the apiary for boutique honey, specializing in the sale of honey varieties from apiaries across the country, from 11 different types of blossoms including: spring eucalyptus, tamarisk, onion, clover, hyssop and Jaffa scabious, summer eucalyptus, sage and thyme, thistle, citrus, Golan thistle, and ziziphus. The origin and blossom type ise important to know because the various areas and pants lend the honey a unique taste and aroma.
In addition to honey, other bee products can be found in the store such as: pollen (powder and flowers), honeycomb in various types and sizes, beeswax candles, nuts and almonds in honey, wild honeycomb that the bees built in a jar, and additional products that change yearly and seasonally.
In addition, the store also displays splendid ceramic pieces by artist Shari Meltzer.