Miel Rebel Honey offers a variety of courses to introduce participants to the incredible world of the honey bee by learning from an experienced beekeeper. Courses can range from a talk to preschoolers with a display hive, a half day hive tour experience to in-depth hands on courses over multiple days throughout the beekeeping season. Contact us today to book a truly memorable and engaging learning experience.
We only use single ingredient additions to flavour the raw honey. The flavours are created using local Ontario produce, carefully dried and gently blended to enhance the honey. There is a rotating selection of hand crafted flavours, such as strawberry or jalapeño pepper. Check back regularly to see what flavours are in season.
Miel Rebel Honey received Canadian Agricultural Partnership funding in 2020 for honey bee health and growth.
Miel Rebel Honey produces all the honey sold from our own hives. Raw honey is extracted without heating and simply filtered to remove debris, leaving all the health benefits. All honey is liquid when extracted and will eventually crystallize (become solid) over time. The length of time to crystallize depends on the nectar sources. Honey produced in Ontario comes from a wide range of wildflowers.
One of the most common questions I get at shows, is what do I do with honey beyond putting it in tea? It doesn't have to be any thing exotic like comb honey to be confusing to people, many have simply not been exposed to the incredibly versatile nature of honey.
To this end, I started developing recipes that incorporate honey in a variety of different ways. I often substitute honey when white sugar is called for, cutting the amount in half (ie: 1 cup of sugar = approx 1/2 a cup of honey). I am constantly updating and adding to these recipes, so feel free to contact me should you have any requests or questions. Enjoy!
Coleslaw: 1/2 a small red cabbage 3 carrots 3-4 bok choy Dressing: 1 cup of mayonnaise 2 Tbsp of apple...