Cranberry honey is made by bees that pollinate the cranberry blossoms. Cranberries blossom in late June and July. Early settlers thought the blossom looked like the head of a crane, hence the name ‘crane berry.’ We bring in beehives from a local apiarist to help with pollination. At the end of blossom season, we harvest the honey from those hives. This light honey has a delicate, tart flavour and is only available seasonally. We usually have it in our store starting in September, and it sells out quickly. Enjoy!