Product List

Oct 21, 2013
The current selection of the Honey and Pollination Center products

The Honey and Pollination Center has a small but growing group of products for sale. At the present time our items are available at the UC Davis Bookstore on campus, downtown and online. Proceeds from the sale of these items, helps the Center to continue its work and helps fund research at the Harry H. Laidlaw Bee Biology Laboratory on campus.

Honey Flavor and Aroma Wheel

Learn how to describe your honey tasting experience using the new Honey Flavor Wheel, just published by the Honey and Pollination Center. The Wheel gives a huge lexicon to the tastes and aromas we find when tasting honey. The wheel production follows six months of research and development.

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Wholesale inquiries (for 10 or more Wheels): Contact Kathy McClean at the Robert Mondavi Institute,

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Price: $10.00

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UC Davis Honey - 2013

This natural, light and floral Northern California Wildflower Honey is collected throughout the Sacramento Valley.  It has been heated and filtered gently to ensure that the enzymes and pollen remain in the honey. All honey that has not been heated or filtered will eventually crystallize. Some honeys crystallize faster than others. Some crystallize to a creamy form – others a bit chunkier. Every honey is different!

From the label: “It was 1906, a slower-paced time, and the new University of California Farm had just opened in Davisville. Fifty years later it became the College of Agriculture and by 1976 the Bee Biology Lab was buzzing with students and bees. The bees made sweet honey from a blend of nectar gathered from the wildflowers of the valley and coastal foothills.



Today, the Honey and Pollination Center brings you an authentic honey experience. Collected throughout Northern California in the late springtime, this delightful wildflower honey has been delicately heated and strained to preserve the pollens native to the area.”

Sold in 12 ounce jars.

The Limited Edition Sticker!

***SOLD OUT*** Limited Production from UC Davis Bees! ***SOLD OUT***

This very special honey was collected by the honeybees in the 100 hives kept at the Harry H. Laidlaw Bee Biology Laboratory and managed by Billy Synk. It is a wonderful summer blend (2013) with very floral hints and an herbal finish.

Look for the Limited Production sticker on top of the jar, on sale now!


Sold in 12 ounce jars.


 

Coming Soon

Northern California Honey Straws!

Available in a Grab’n’Go package for when you need a quick buzz. . . and in clear plastic gift boxes of 25.


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Price: $18.00
(eight cards)

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Price:
$3.00
(one cards)

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UC Davis Honey - Insects and Flowers (Set of 8)

Stunning photography! Each card features a pollinator on flowers – all taken in the UC Davis environs. On the back, information tells you the name of the insect pollinator and the lovely flower it is helping to spread! 

A packages set of eight makes a wonderful gift. Purchase them singly if you love  one image more than others.

About our photographer: Kathy Keatley Garvey comes from a long line of beekeepers dating back at 60 years! She loves to see the world through a viewfinder; especially honeybees and insects, whether they are foraging, resting or flying. A national and international award winning photographer, she taught photography (volunteer) for 10 years. A communications specialist for the UC Davis Department of Entomology, Garvey writes the popular Bug Squad blog on the UC Agriculture and Natural resources website.

Set includes the following 8 cards:

  • California Buckeye Butterfly on Sedum
  • Western Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly on Mexican Sunflower
  • Yellow-Faced Bumble Bee on Red Buckwheat
  • Monarch Butterfly and Honey Bee on Mexican Sunflower
  • Honey Bee visiting Tower of Jewels
  • Hover Fly (Syrphid) on Gaillardia
  • Brilliant Male Green Sweat Bee on a Seaside Daisy
  • Female Sweat Bee on Purple Coneflower

More of Kathy’s work will be featured in a Pollination Calendar. Publication 2014.

Sign up for her blog: Bug Squad at http://ucanr.edu/blogs/bugsquad/index.cfm

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