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Los Olivos Honey Bees
Los Olivos Honey Bees
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Our Honey - Los Olivos Gold 

Honey, from our hives in Los Olivos, Santa Ynez, Solvang, and Goleta.

honey, Los Olivos Gold

16 oz (454 g) in glass jar:
$10 per jar.

To purchase, Contact Debbie


We do not treat our bees with any chemicals or antibiotics.

Our raw honey is unheated, unfiltered, and unprocessed. We extract honey from the comb via a centrifuge extractor, then allow the honey to slowly seep through a set of sieves to remove wax particles. Raw honey will eventually crystallize, with no effect other than color and texture. If desired, honey can be de-crystallized by gentle heat (˜105°). Honey should be stored at room temperature, preferably away from sunlight. There is no need to refrigerate honey (unless you want it to crystallize faster).

The following honey is currently available:
September 2023Los Olivosblend from PKB & RRR47
September 2023Los Olivosdark38
September 2023Santa Ynezfrom our hive at the Taylor's15
August 2023Los Olivosfrom Red Rooster Ranch48
August 2023Buelltonfrom Peake Ranch Winery15
August 2023Goletaour only harvest from Goleta this year20
July 2023Solvangfrom Manzanita Nursery33
July 2023Los Olivosfrom Pamela's hive21
July 2023Los Olivosour largest harvest this year111
June 2023Santa Ynezfrom the Orange hive at Jeff's23
June 2023Los OlivosExtra lightfrom Pamela's hive18
June 2023Santa Ynez22
June 2023Los Olivosfrom Red Rooster Ranch16
June 2023Los Olivoslight22
June 2023Los Olivoslight24
June 2023Los Olivosvery blonde color29
May 2023Los Olivoslight3
May 2023Los OlivosExtra lightfrom Pamela's hive1
May 2021Los OlivosmediumA lighter, very nice honey7
May 2019Los OlivosExtra Light5
May 2019Santa Ynezlight4

2022 - May - Goleta 

2021 - May 

2020 - Several harvests from our 17 hives 

2019 - Several harvests 

2018 January - 37 pounds = 10 Frames (mostly deep) 

2017 September - 38 pounds = 15 Frames 

2017 August - 49 pounds = 15 Frames 

2017 May - 74 pounds = 23 frames 

Los Olivos Gold - 2016 Honey Harvests: May, July, and September
2016 Honey Harvest - May, July, and September
Different color, different taste

2016 September - 16.5 pounds = 6 frames 

2016 July - 65 pounds = 21 frames 

2016 May - 24 pounds = 7 frames 

24 pounds

2015 October - First Harvest - 4 frames 

First honey harvest
3 October 2015
01-March-2024 16:37:34
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