Atop a sunny, southeast facing hill, live all our bees in their hives. From there the bees have access to acres of fields full of wildflowers and woods full of flowering trees. Thousands and thousands of those little creatures work tirelessly spring, summer and fall to build combs and fill them with honey. Then, come early fall, they generously relinquish pounds and pounds of their liquid gold so that we might put it in jars and make it available to you.