Pure, Raw, Unfiltered Local Honey premium Raw Honey
Laura’s Raw Honey was started in 2015 by Laura Doan, a 3rd generation beekeeper in the Doan Family in Hamlin, NY. She provides local, raw, unprocessed honey to businesses and customers all over Upstate PA and the United States. Laura’s Raw Honey produces unfiltered, unheated honey. Her products are sourced from her 1000+ beehives, where her bees are nurtured and cultivated to provide the finest honey.
The Magic Of Raw Honey
Raw honey has been cultivated for thousands of years for its incredible health benefits and wide array of applications from medical aide to a healthy sweetener. It’s only been with the advent of manufacturing that honey became processed, filtered, and commoditized, stripping many of the beneficial properties that come with the natural polinization process.
Laura is a 3rd generation beekeeper. She hand prepares every batch of raw honey from hive to finished product.
Your Favorite Honey!
Laura prides herself in providing raw, unprocessed, unheated, natural honey to her customers. You truly don’t know how wonderful honey can taste until you taste your favorite flower honey in it’s raw, unprocessed form!
Laura’s Hive Spend Spring-Fall in PA, FL in winter!
The Honeybees spend Spring through Fall making Clover, Wildflower, Knotweed, and other varieties of honey in PA with Laura, and during the colder months they are driven to Florida to work the Orange groves and make Orange Blossom honey!
Over 3 Generations Of Honey Farms
Laura comes from 3 generations of family-owned honey farms, The Doan Family, continuing the tradition and evolving the practice in her own way. Her focus is on providing truly raw honey in several varieties depending on what plants are flowering throughout the year. All Laura’s hives are located at her home in NorthEast PA.
Laura Helps Grow Her Colonies.
All of Laura’s hives are hand built and painted, designed specifically to attract bees, and give them a comfortable and safe environment to build their colony. As the colonies grow, she adds new boxes on top of existing hives to give the colonies more space to expand.