Our Spring 2017 Six Mile Creek Honey is a full bodied amber honey that is less sweet than most honeys. It has a sorghum and light caramel note which gives it depth and richness. This honey is no lightweight!
Six Mile Creek is a long creek that traverses the far East side of Milam County near the Burleson County line. We have been beekeeping in that area since G. C. “Clint” Walker, Sr. bought bees in Gause in the spring of 1930. Yaupon Holly is the big spring honey producing plant. However, some years our bees located there make as much honey from other spring plants as they do from the yaupon. In those years we harvest a nice bee-made blend of spring honey. Enjoy!