Macrofying takes us on a deep dive inside of a single cell in a honeycomb to see what bees see… and even what they can’t as they work their macro zoom magic all the way down to the microscopic level. We’re pretty sure those are individual sugar crystals there at the end.
Brooklyn’s Bushwick Kitchen makes four unique kinds of honey to complement sweet or savory dishes or to bring oomph to a blank canvas like toasted bread. Flavors include spicy habanero honey, a zingy Meyer lemon honey, a balanced sea salt honey, and original wildflower honey. They also sell a three-jar gift pack.
Known as the Cadillac of honey, Tupelo honey is known for its sublime, balanced flavors, light gold color, and buttery notes. The honey comes from the nectar of a single type of tree found in the river basins of Georgia and Florida, and Savannah Bee Company makes some of the best. Available in 3oz, 12oz, and 20oz bottles.
Merrell teamed up with sports nutrition brand Honey Stinger to create a vibrant running shoe with a honeycomb design. They incorporate sustainable materials, including a partially-recycled upper and outsole, 100% recycled laces, and a foam midsole that uses algae instead of petroleum. In men’s and women’s sizes.
Enjoy the sweet and flowery taste of raw honey with this gift set from Bee Raw. It includes nine beeswax-sealed vials filled with Wild Raspberry, Blueberry, Orange Blossom, Buckwheat, Wild Black Sage, Sweet Yellow Clover, Basswood, Sourwood, Star Thistle, Aster, Tupelo, Meadowfoam, Holly Blossom, and Maple Blossom.