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Celebrating National Honey Month

The summer coming to an end means it's time to celebrate the sweetest month of the year - it's National Honey Month! Throughout September, beekeepers, food enthusiasts, and nature lovers come together to appreciate the delicious gift of nature - honey - and we're going to join them! If you're wondering how to make the most of National Honey Month, here are some sweet ideas to get you started.

Glass jar of honey

Why Celebrate National Honey Month?

The Wonders of Honey Bees

Honey is produced by one of the tiniest and most remarkable creatures on our planet - honey bees. As well as being honey and beeswax producers, honey bees also play a vital role in pollination, helping plants to reproduce and produce seeds.

Read 10 Buzzworthy Honey Bee Fun Facts to learn more about these important honey producers.

A Natural Sweetener

Honey is a delicious natural sweetener that is an excellent addition to many cakes, bakes, and other dishes. 

Honey's composition is unique, with various types of honey offering distinct flavors, colors, and aromas. From the light and mild clover honey to the rich and robust buckwheat honey, there's a honey variety to suit every palate.

The Health Benefits of Honey

As well as being a delicious sweet treat, honey offers health benefits. It's a natural source of antioxidants, can soothe a sore throat and cough, and can aid the healing of wounds. However, it's essential to use honey in moderation due to the high sugar content. 

Honey and lemon 

8 Ways to Celebrate National Honey Month 

1. Visit a Local Honey Farm

Kick off National Honey Month with a visit to a local honey farm. It's a fun chance to learn about the beekeeping process, see beehives up close, and gain a deeper appreciation for the work that goes into producing honey.

2. Experiment With New Honey Flavors

Did you know there's lots of different types of honey? National Honey Month is the perfect time to try out new honey flavors. From wildflower and orange blossom to eucalyptus and blueberry, there's a whole array of honey to be discovered and tasted. Invite friends over for a honey tasting party!

3. Try Out Some New Honey Recipes

National Honey Month is an excellent time to experiment in the kitchen with honey-infused recipes. Replace sugar with honey in your baking or try your hand at creating honey-based marinades, dressings, or glazes. The possibilities are endless!

Honey and granola

4. Make DIY Honey Beauty Treatments

Honey isn't just a great ingredient for food recipes, it also makes a great addition to beauty treatment recipes! Create your own DIY honey masks, scrubs, and hair treatments for a spa day at home. Honey's moisturizing and antibacterial properties make it a fantastic addition to your skincare routine.

5. Support Bee Conservation

One of the most meaningful ways to celebrate National Honey Month is by supporting bee conservation efforts. Bees are essential pollinators for many of our favorite foods, and their populations are under threat. Donate to bee-friendly organizations, create a bee-friendly garden and learn other ways to help pollinators.

6. Learn About the World of Bees

Take this opportunity to dive into the fascinating world of bees. Read books, watch documentaries, or attend local workshops to expand your knowledge of these incredible creatures and the role they play in our environment. Understanding bees better can deepen your appreciation for honey.

Honey bee on honeycomb

7. Give the Gift of Honey

Consider gifting honey to friends and family during National Honey Month to give them a sweet surprise. You could put together honey-themed gift baskets or simply share your favorite honey varieties as a gesture of appreciation.

8. Wear a Honey Bee Tee

Nothing shows off your appreciation for honey and honey bees during National Honey Month more than our hand-drawn honey bee apparel!  Check out our full Pollinator Collection for a variety of designs featuring honey bees. 


National Honey Month is a time to celebrate the natural sweetness of honey and the work of the bees who make it. So, whether you're indulging in honey tastings, learning more about honey bees, or making your garden a haven for pollinators, there are endless ways to celebrate and be thankful for honey and bees!

Bee Thankful Hoodie 

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