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ISO black sage honey in Vancouver

grayelf Sep 22, 2010 07:00 PM

Anyone know where I can get it?

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    bill_n_opus RE: grayelf Sep 22, 2010 07:52 PM

    If you can't find it stocked locally then i'd go:

    Amazon.com

    http://www.amazon.com/Savannah-Bee-Co...

    Probably won't be shipped straight across the border so I would ship it to a freight receiver like tsbshipping or TheLetterCarrier in Point Roberts ... or anywhere around Blaine etc.

    I use TSBShipping all the time, very good service. TLC is closer to the border and i've used them before too, they seemed a little disorganized but I had no problems either. Good luck.

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      grayelf RE: bill_n_opus Sep 22, 2010 09:37 PM

      Thanks bill! That is the company that got me looking. Les amis carries their stuff and I got some of the black sage honey there. I guess the rarity is the reason I haven't seen it since. I should check in with the staff though. I've just been relying on looking on the shelves when I'm in...

      I have to be a bit careful or I will end up with as many honeys as I have whacky salts :-). I couldn't resist a local raspberry honey at the Main Street farmers' market today. Dang, it's good, like tonguesful of summer!

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        bagler RE: grayelf Sep 24, 2010 10:20 AM

        Is the raspberry honey almost clear? I got some at trout lake and it's amazing. Is the sage honey herbal? I've never heard of it.

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          grayelf RE: bagler Sep 24, 2010 01:21 PM

          Indeed it is almost clear -- I'll try to remember to post the purveyor later but I'm sure it's the same one. The sage honey is not herbal, just delicious!

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