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Comb to Cup

This year the Rogue Farms Hopyard became home to 19 colonies of honeybees. The Rogue honeybees spent their days sampling the flavors of the farm and absorbing the terroir of the region. From blackberries, raspberries and cherries; to woodruff, lavender and pumpkins; to rye and corn – the honey they produced is a taste of the terroir of the Wigrich Appellation. From comb to cup, so is Rogue Farms 19 Original Colonies Mead. Check it out at http://rogue.com/store/

Click here to see how we harvest our Rogue Farms Hopyard Honey

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