Manhattan Rooftop Honey Flight

Savor four buzzworthy varieties of artisanal honey from across the Big Apple.
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Zeke Freeman


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Zeke Freeman

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The Bee's Knees

Take a tour of New York your tastebuds will never forget with this tantalizing set of honeys procured from hives scattered across the Manhattan skyline. Perfect for stirring into tea or drizzling over biscuits, this artistinal honey set allows fans of the sweet stuff to savor four buzzworthy varieties from across the Big Apple. Like wine, tea, and coffee, each honey possesses its own character, which is determined by the specific seasonal flowers pollinated by the bees. This flight of the amber treat includes four honeys, each with its own flavor profile: Hell's Kitchen (fall harvest); Central Park West (fall harvest); Highline (spring harvest); Harlem (late summer harvest). Founded by a fourth-generation beekeeper and founder of the New York City Beekeepers Association, Andrew Cote runs local, family-run apiaries throughout New York that help support the endangered bee population. Made by Zeke Freeman.


Made in New York

Zeke Freeman

created by

Zeke Freeman



Growing up on his family's farm in Northwestern Pennsylvania, Zeke Freeman gained an appreciation for homegrown fruits and vegetables and the rich heritage of artisanal food production.

In 1989, Zeke enrolled in the University of Montana's School of Food Management & Culinary Arts. He worked at Louis XV under the direction of Alain Ducasse, a highly acclaimed chef known for his unique interpretation of Mediterranean cuisine.

After two years, Zeke moved back to the States. In his pursuit of fine foods for the upscale retailer, Freeman fell in love with the culinary power of real, raw honey and soon founded his company to bring single varietal honey to the American table.

Freeman is committed to supporting artisanal beekeepers and farmers by ensuring that they receive a premium price for a premium product.

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
beeswax, cardboard, honey, cork, Glass, oak
2.75" L x 2.75" W x 5.5" H; 1 oz. capacity
Honey will crystallize over time, as it becomes less liquid and more solid. This is a natural process for honey, and will happen sooner in some than in others, due its raw and fine quality. To re-liquefy the honey, remove the cork and put it in a pot of hot (not boiling) water.
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Please note: This item is not available to ship outside of the U.S.

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