I've seen an article in American Bee Journal about it, in a health food store and I finally bought some from a place in Vermont called "Dirt Works".
It says it isn't heated or strained. I did notice the wax, pollen and propolis - but no little bee parts.
Have any of you made this and is it worth it?
It's a bit of a misnomer to say it's unfiltered. You have to filter some to get the bigger pieces of wax out, but mine is coarsely filtered and unheated. I don't make it, I just don't heat it. The bees make it. http://www.beesource.com/ubb/smile.gif
It's heavenly. I don't know why anyone would eat the heated filtered uninteresting tasting honey that is usally sold in the grocery store.
I like it better too. I also bought some regular wildflower honey from them. It came in fat short jars, being it was so cold, it crytalized a bit. I like it much better than the thin stuff that leaks through your bread.
I will be getting my first bees this spring. I've got my stuff ready - except the foundation. I was thinking that this "raw" honey would be alittle easier for me the first year. Providing it is a good year.
I'm near Kansas City.....
Email me sometime.