Allisons’ Apiaries Raw Florida Honey
About The Beekeeper
Hello! My name is Paul Allison and, while I was growing up, I had a couple little hives here and there but I never thought about becoming a beekeeper until one day back in 2008…
I took my family on a trip to visit my parents for their 50th wedding anniversary. While I was on the trip, I realized that the job I had in the public school system wasn’t something I could do anymore.
So I quit…
…I was scared. I was nervous.
How on earth could I feed my family without my day job?
Still, I knew I needed to move on. I knew I had to do something else.
After trying new job after new job, I knew I needed to do something I was passionate about. Something that I could be proud of.
…. after brainstorming, my mind was brought back to when I first started working with honeybees. I was 12 years old and earning the beekeeping merit badge as a Boy Scout. I absolutely loved being outside with the bees.
The only thing I loved more than taking care of them was the oh-so-sweet honey they made…
I then realized that honey was my passion, not only eating it (I already knew that…) but also making it. What I love most about being a beekeeper is seeing someone’s face when they taste one of my honeys for the first time. There really isn’t any other honey quite like them.
See, the honey you buy in the store is almost always cooked which destroys its natural flavor and protective properties. And far too often, the big honey producers will even dilute it and add fillers like corn syrup to it. That’s not real honey.
I would never do that to my honey and once you learn the difference, you’ll never want to go back to store-bought honey again.
If you’re in the Central Florida area, we sell our raw honey at the Winter Garden Farmer’s Market on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. I would love for you to come and try a sample of it. It really will change the way you think about honey for good.
My business is a family business, so come meet me, my wife and children at farmers market. They help me with extracting, bottling and labeling in our certified packing facility.
Even you’re not in town, you can order some here.
Here Are Some Of My Products:
Allisons Apiaries’ Bee Bread$10.00 – $20.00 Select options
Allisons Apiaries’ Florida Bee Pollen$9.00 – $30.00 Select options
Allisons Apiaries’ Florida Beeswax$2.00 – $10.00 Select options
Allisons Apiaries’ Florida Orange Blossom Blackberry Honey$12.97 – $34.97 Select options
Allisons Apiaries’ Florida Orange Blossom Honey$9.00 – $30.00 Select options
Allisons Apiaries’ Holly Honey$9.00 – $30.00 Select options
Allisons Apiaries’ Honey Dipper$2.00 – $4.25 Select options
Allisons Apiaries’ Palmetto Honey$9.00 – $30.00 Select options
Allisons Apiaries’ Propolis$20.00 Add to cart
Allisons Apiaries’ Wild Flower Honey$9.00 – $30.00 Select options
Honey Sticks$3.00 Select options
Yippee Cayenne Honey Throat Lozenges$5.00 Read more
Here’s What Others Think Of My Honey.
It wasn't the honey that caught my eye. It was the bees wax bee. Beautiful... i ordered 5 to share with my sisters. Can't wait to show them. Thank y...
Even though we have plenty of local honey here in Wisconsin, I have really enjoyed the Orange Blossom, Wildflower and Orange Blossom/Blackberry honey ...
My dog has allergies to...well, Florida. And I was looking into alternatives to the expensive medication the vet wanted him on. The Allison's told me ...
Great tasting honey! I love how it’s all natural and I feel great feeding this to my family!...
I have tried several varieties of honey from Allisons’ Apiaries and love them all! Great products!...