Aloha & Welcome!

Aloha and welcome to Big Island Meadery, home of Kilohana Honey! You may know us as Vanessa and Devin, the beekeepers who started Kilohana Honey! And guess what, we are very close to opening up Big Island Meadery, the first meadery on the Big Island making mead aka "honey wine" made from our very own honey! 

We are passionate about bringing you the finest honey products(and soon to be mead products!)straight from the beautiful island of Hawaii. As the home of Kilohana Honey, we take pride in offering you a unique selection of high-quality honey and various bee products.We understand that honey is not just a sweet treat, but a natural wonder with numerous health benefits. That's why we have curated a range of products that showcase the diverse flavors and benefits of honey.Choose from our year round and seasonal honey products which truly showcase the flavor range of nectar sources harvested by our bees. Want to sample a few? We have several variety packs to select from! Honeys are carefully chosen from our collection to give you the experience of tasting distinct seasonal flavor profiles and aromas. From the rich and robust flavors of our Macadamia Nut Honey to the delicate and floral notes of our Albizia Honey, there is something to suit every palate. Crafted with care, our honeys are a true testament to the artistry and dedication of our bizzy ladies.In addition to our honey selection, we also offer Beeswax Candles that not only fill your space with a pleasant scent but also help detoxify the air by releasing negative ions. These candles are handcrafted with pure beeswax, ensuring a clean and eco-friendly burn.Whether you are a honey enthusiast, a health-conscious individual, or simply looking for a unique gift, we invite you to explore our collection and experience the taste of Hawaii. Thank you for choosing Big Island Meadery, where nature's golden treasure awaits.We have been raising bees and harvesting honey in the Keaau region of the Big Island for over 10 years. The love of beekeeping began shortly after planting a fruit and vegetable garden. Unfortunately (and fortunately!) it came as a shock and a call to action upon seeing a lack of honey bees pollinating their garden. It was around the time that the effects of several introduced honey bee pests brought about a huge decline in the local honey bee population. Bees in Hawaii have been making a slow and steady recovery since then, but with a lot more vigilance from their beekeepers. It is no easy road, but we need bees! We have committed themselves to this cause and invite you to try the honey of our labors! Share information about your brand with your customers. Describe a product, make announcements, or welcome customers to your store.