There’s A Subscription For That: Honey
There’s a Subscription For That is a new series spotlighting subscriptions the team at My Subscription Addiction finds interesting and is excited to share with readers.
Calling all honey lovers! If you’re not a fan of the liquid syrup sold in plastic bear bottles in most stores and are seeking a continual supply of raw honey, then we have a treat for you – HoneyComber Club offers a honey subscription. HoneyComber Club was found to share the best raw honey available in the US that’s sourced from family-owned businesses that are dedicated to the highest standards of beekeeping practices. You can say goodbye to the days of eating nutrient-replete, highly processed honey and welcome true honey in all of its sweet splendor.
HoneyComber Club is the bee’s knees, offering 1, 3, 6, and 12 -month commitments, as well as skip-month and quarterly plans. Each subscription box includes a mix of three curated raw jars of honey that come paired with an information leaflet on the apiaries that crafted them and each honey’s properties. Each jar is 3 fl oz, and provides around 6 tbsp of honey on average.
Past honey selections have included Wildflower Honey by However Wild Farm, Spring Blossom Honey by Hudson Hives, and Clover Honey by Grand River Honey Co. You may even come across nontraditional flavors such as Espresso Infused and Hibiscus Infused honey by Abelha Honey Co.
- Each subscription box contains 3 jars of curated raw honey, each from a different supplier
- Honey flavors include more traditional ones, like spring blossom, as well as quirky ones, like espresso infused
- There are 1, 3, 6, and 12-month commitments available for subscriptions as well as every other month and quarterly plans
- The 1 month, every other month, and quarterly plans cost $25/purchase, whereas the 3, 6, and 12-month plans are priced at $24, $23, and $21/month respectively
- This is the perfect honey subscription for people who are looking to try new flavors as each jar contains around 6 tbsp for taste-testing
What do you think of HoneyComber Club? Would you sign up for a subscription? Let us know in the comments.