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From field to hive to table, Round Rock Honey is never anything more or less than nature intended it to be.

That which the bees give us, we give you. When we say 100% honey, we mean it! Round Rock Honey is not a varietal honey, but instead a true wildflower honey. Producing wildflower honey is difficult, and yields unpredictable, but in the opinion of Round Rock Honey owners Konrad and Elizabeth Bouffard, it is more important to focus on quality than on quantity! The emphasis on quality at Round Rock Honey extends to the harvest and packaging as well. Honey is “robbed” on a regular basis (season & weather permitting), and promptly bottled. Although all our honey is poured through a stainless steel sieve to remove bee legs and wings as well as wax caps, it is never heated or filtered. We remove honey from the hives by centrifuge, at room temperature. This is done so that pollen (varieties shown below*), trace minerals, and complex sugars that occur naturally in our honey are never compromised.

So why do we work so hard to make our honey so good?

The answer is simple. Round Rock Honey does not gauge it’s success by the amount of honey produced, or even by how much we sell. Instead, our focus is on quality - quality of our processes, our packaging, our customer’s experiences, and of course, our honey. Try Round Rock Honey today. It is unlike anything else.


Where to find our honey.

Purchase honey online by clicking here.

Or find us in these stores;

HEB, Trader Joe's, Kroger, Wal-Mart, The Postal Annex in Round Rock, Mikey V's in Georgetown.

Or stop by one these weekend farmers markets.

Saturday Farmers Markets:

Cedar Park Market

Waco Farmers Market

Wolf Ranch Farmers Market

Sunday Farmers Market:

Mueller Farmers Market

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Typical Round Rock Honey Analysis Profile