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Tugwell Creek Honey Farm and Meadery

We help adventurous connoisseurs rediscover an ancient libation with hand crafted meads made from our own Wildflower Honey. Our carefully tended beehives are put out to forage the wild flowers in hills behind Sooke for the purest honey. Come visit our tasting room, gift shop, and museum at our ocean view farm.

Contact Information
Phone: (250) 642-1956
Email Address: info@tugwellcreekfarm.com
Address:
8750 West Coast Road, Sooke, BC, Canada, V9Z 1H2
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Description

Tugwell Creek Honey Farm and Meadery was born from a passion for bees. Bees are the central focus of our business. Without their success, we would not have honey. Without honey there is no mead.

We make small batches of hand crafted mead (honey wine) from local berries, mostly from our farm. Our honey comes from a 20 km circumference of our farm. The core philosophy that all of this comes from is our passion for and the sustainability of our environment. Instead of keeping bees on large monocutural crops, we put our bees on wild forage where they get a complete diet that is considered the most healthy thing for the bees. We are certified Kosher by BC Kosher.

As our products are local so that we can control all aspects of our production. We are fanatical about quality and choose to stay small and local. We are certified Kosher by BC Kosher.

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