Here’s a fun fact for you: one honey bee makes one twelfth of a teaspoon of honey in her lifetime. Luckily, all the hardworking honeybees used to make a jar of this golden syrup live happy and productive lives nestled in wildflower fields in the Hudson Valley. They bees pollinate a 3-mile swath of land that is uninterrupted by machinery or chemicals. Hudson honey goes from hive to bottle without filtering or boiling, so all of the healthy enzymes, nutrients, and pollen remain intact. You’re just getting raw, unadulterated, downright delicious honey.