Where to Find Our Great Honey

Where you can find all the honey Round Tuit Farms carries:

Who Serves/Uses Our Honey:
Blue Goose Bed and Breakfast in Coupeville. Beautiful rooms with great views. Becky not only bakes incredible food but also holds cooking classes. They believe in using as much locally found food as possible. You can try our fabulous honey at breakfast or try her fluffy eggs straight from our farm. Becky or David make the weekly run to the Coupeville Market to pick up the freshest ingredients Whidbey has to offer.
Markets:
*Coupeville Farmers MarketEvery Saturday, April 2nd thru October 2016   10am-2pm
*Oak Harbor Public MarketEvery Thursday, May thru September 2016  4pm-7pm
Retail Outlets:
*3 Sisters Market   A true family affair, the market is housed in the old San De Fuca Firehouse between Oak Harbor and Coupeville. Be sure to check out their facebook page as well.
*Bell’s Farm Great local farm. Get our Honey at their farm stand. Read all about the farm and how to find them here.  Be sure to check them out on facebook.

Not in my neck of the woods? Here are some other vendors I love to recommend:

Karen Bean owner of Brookfield Farm Bees and Honey can be found at the Bellingham Farmers Market and the Fremont Market as well as several retail outlets. For much more information about Karen, her bees and her fabulous honey check out her web site.

Pat Ray (selling Bruce Bowen’s honey) can be found at the Mount Vernon Farmers Market, Bow Market and the Sedro-Woolley Market. Not only is the honey great but visiting with Pat is an added bonus.

Brad Raspet  not only sells his Bingaling Bees Honey at the Mount Vernon Farmers Market, but also his entire line of soaps and lip balms.