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Local Long Island Honey Resource – Raw and Unprocessed

November 22nd, 2007 · 8 Comments

I was browsing the Craigslist Farm and Garden section of Long Island (my article about Craigslist) and came across the following ad for local unprocessed and raw honey (3 varieties – spring, summer, fall). I am just going to copy the ad in here:

Local Long Island Honey - Raw and Unprocessed

I currently have 3 types of local Long Island honey that’s all natural, pure, and raw (unprocessed).
From left to right in the photo are:
1. The spring honey, primarily from black locust and autumn olive blossoms, is of the highest quality. The color is very light and the delicate, rich flavor is very popular with many people.
2. The summer honey, primarily from linden/basswood and sumac blossoms, has the classic amber color and wonderful flavor. Said to be most helpful with colds.
3. The autumn honey, just bottled, primarily from goldenrod & fall asters. Rich dark color and great warm taste. Said to be especially helpful with allergies and extra rich in anti-oxidants.
The 1/2-lb jars are $4.50, the 1-lb jars are $7, and a handful of 2-lb jars are $13.
The honey can be picked up at our house in Smithtown or on Park Ave in Huntington. I can also drop it off between Smithtown and Huntington. I make occasional trips into Nassau and Queens.
631-549-6625 daytime during the week
631-724-3546 evening & weekends

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8 responses so far ↓

  • 1 sonya lyons // Dec 27, 2010 at 5:36 am

    hi , having trouble with my e mail. would like to purshase honey and possibley communicate with you. i am disabled senioir citizen please call or contact me. sonya lyons 651 newton ave. uniondale,n.y.516-750-8462 ——would greatly appreciate it thank you and god bless

  • 2 Wayne Vitale // Jan 22, 2011 at 9:08 am

    Setauket Gold is an all natural raw organic honey harvested from bees living in harmony with nature.
    Spy Coast Bee Farm is located on Setauket Harbor’s “Spy Coast”.
    Here the air is fueled by rich north fork winds.
    This is where the bees collect nectar and pollen from wild flowers unspoiled by pollution and pesticides…Each hive is meticulously cared for by the beekeeper to allow the bees to do what they do best, make honey!
    In the process the bees pollinate flowers and fruit and encourage the natural way of life.
    My goal as beekeeper at Spy Coast Bee Farm is to cultivate healthy hives and bring bees into the world.

  • 3 edwin // May 25, 2011 at 9:56 pm

    hello i would like to buy some of your honey ASAP plaese contact me though email thank you

  • 4 Roy Puntervold // Mar 16, 2012 at 8:56 pm

    I want to buy some Spring Honey, our Doctor told us it is great for allagies… Please tell me where to go I live here on LI..

  • 5 Sheri // Apr 22, 2012 at 4:46 pm

    I am interested in purchasing your honey. How long will it last once opened? I don’t want to buy too much if I don’t use it in the time frame for freshness. Do you deliver to Brentwood? Can honey be used in recipes calling for sugar and if so, how much honey compared to how much sugar?
    Thank you, looking forward to your reply.

  • 6 Arthur Strauss // Jul 10, 2012 at 1:03 pm

    I use to brew Beer and now i recently found out that I am allergic to gluten.. I can not brew beer any longer. I would like to start brewing Mead with Honey and I would need 1 gallon. I did not see any prices. Could you please send me a catalog of all the sizes of honey you sell.

    Thank you

  • 7 eva taczanowski // Feb 4, 2013 at 4:31 pm

    I would like to purchase all three kinds of you honey for my grandchildren that live on long island in Port Washington. You could drop it off in my son’s chiropractic office in St.James.

    I appreciate your answer, respectfully,eva

  • 8 Kathie // Apr 5, 2013 at 7:53 am

    Saw this article and was wondering if you still have honey available as this seems a little old. Thanks

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