Locust Honey is typically read in mid June - all depends on the Locust Tree bloom this year.
Locust honey is a tough honey to produce. Not many U.S. beekeepers produce it - bees have to be extremely strong coming out of Winter. Then you never know what the weather will bring. Black locust trees are one of the first to blossom so any type of severe rain storm and off come the blossoms. Blossoms typically last 7-10 days so not long!
We are always limited by the amount of Locust honey we can produce so we send out an email alert to folks signed up for our Locust Honey Email Alert located below. No matter how much we produce it will be sold out in a couple of days at most. It's crazy!