We are simple people with one simple motivation. We want to make your life better, and we do so by infusing love and integrity into every single ones of our products.
This starts with our organic, bee-friendly method of beekeeping. We treat our bees with the upmost respect, only harvesting when there's an excess surplus, never treating our bees with chemicals, and supporting them to do just as nature intended with as little interference as possible.
Every bottle of honey is hand harvested, hand labelled and filled slowly, by hand, every single ounce.
Every jar of our all natural laundry soap is hand mixed, hand bottled and hand assembled.
Every dryer ball is hand rolled, hand washed, and hand packaged.
Each order is hand wrapped, hand written and hand sealed with a personalized thank you, then hand delivered to the nearest delivery service provider on its journey to you.
We do this all with the knowledge that our products, simply put, make life better. The greatest reward we receive is when we are told how much someone loves our products, how they can't live without it.
Who are we exactly? We are a small family farm located in northeast Ohio specializing in raw, unpasteurized, organically raised wildflower honey, wool and all natural handmade soap with a focus on sustainability and friendly, personal service. We value simplicity, nature, earth, health and the absolute highest quality for ourselves and everything we do. We want you to experience the products the same way we do every single day making each day more beautiful, enjoyable, healthier and delicious. Our products work together to create more joy and efficiency in our lives and we hope you allow them to do the same for you.
When you support organic beekeepers, you support the earth. We depend on honeybees to pollinate thirty percent of the food we eat. By taking the upmost care of our bees it helps support our ecosystem and mother nature. What you do matters, and we thank you for your care.
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It is our belief that not all honey is created equal. Most honey you find today is one of a few things; it is either pasteurized which removes all of its nutritional benefits, chemically treated (enough said) or the bees were fed sugar instead of allowing them to draw nectar from the plants blooming seasonally. We do things differently. We use organic beekeeping leaving the bees to do just as nature intended thus producing raw, unprocessed honey straight from the hive to the bottle left with all the natural goodness and nutrients the bees were smart enough to put into it and generous enough to allow us to have some of the surplus without ever harming the hives in any way.
In addition to the bees, we raise a couple of older and very silly Angora goats and CVM/Romedale sheep who are more like big, lovable family dogs than farm animals. We use their fiber to make our 100% Felted Wool Dryer Balls, in return treating them to their favorite snacks of banana peels, acorns, Christmas trees, and the earbuds they occasionally find in our pockets.
In search of all things natural, we formulated our own all natural, environmentally friendly Lavender Laundry Soap. It is gentle enough for the most sensitive skin, yet strong enough to tackle the toughest stains. Just requiring one small scoop per load and getting up to 100 loads per jar, our laundry soap is more cost efficient than conventional brands and leaves your clothes soft, bright and always clean without the use of synthetic chemicals or fillers.
What's clean clothes without a clean body to go in them? We recommend trying our handmade, all natural goat's milk and beeswax bar soap for a rich and creamy, skin nourishing treatment. It smells so good, it's soap you WANT to wash your mouth out with.
Maggie Osborn, a true southerner, also an Appalachian State grad, creates the recipes and formulas for all our soaps and cleaning products. Six years later, she is still learning to adjust to Ohio's temperatures.
When not at the farm, these two can be found manning Brighton Wool & Honey Co.'s booths at various farmers' markets and craft shows around Northeast Ohio.