Derived from a variety of wildflowers and plants, this raw, West Virginia-grown honey is lightly gold-colored and exceptionally sweet.
PLEASE NOTE: This is not the honey grown at the monastery, which is only available seasonally. Find it here >>
All our honey products are blessed with prayers and holy water by one of the monastery's priests.
This honey comes straight from the beehives here at the Hermitage. The color and taste vary from year to year, and season to season, depending on the flowers in bloom....
Back and better than ever! This traditional dessert is a rich and chewy spice cake (the name means "strong bread"). It combines almonds, hazelnuts, dried raisins, apricots and tart cranberries with...
A delicious Italian confection, this Fig and Walnut Panforte combines California dried mission figs, walnuts and Washington State dried black currants to give this new panforte its distinctive flavor. It...