Mangrove Honey

We harvest our dark amber Mangrove Honey in the marshes of Southwest and South Florida. It's a unique taste of burned sugar, butter and tobacco.

Mangrove Honey

Picture the wetlands of Southwest Florida in June and July. Hot and humid with the whir of large, hungry mosquitos. Add the buzz and hum of thousands of bees, and now you're in the shoes of Negley and Son when they collect their Mangrove Honey.

"There isn't anything good about working bees that time of the year," Mark Negley says. "Except for the taste of the honey. It's like molasses with all the vitamins and minerals people are looking for."

And people are certainly looking for premium mangrove honey. It's Negley and Son's best-selling varietal honey in Florida.

Tasting & Pairing Notes

Tastes of Burned Sugar, Butter and Tobacco Pairs well with aged and nutty cheese selections


Harvested in mid-Summer in the wetlands of Sarasota County and Miami-Dade County, Florida.


Raw, unfiltered, unheated honey

Nutritional Facts

Serving size: 1 tablespoon
Servings per container: 22 (16oz jar) & 8 (6.2oz jar)
Calories: 60
Fat: 0g
Total Carbohydrates: 17g
    -Sugars: 16g

NOTE: Do not feed honey to infants under one year old.