Reviews for: Karma Acres Farm

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Dinner at the Farm
By: Joy Shepperd    (Aug 17, 2012)

I was lucky enough to be invited to the farm for dinner several months ago and it was yummy. Before dinner, Mike took me to see the raised beds he had been working on and everything was very healthy looking. Met a few dogs and a donkey or two and Lee cooks a great steak. Love their infused honey as well.

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Great honey and great people
By: Dennis Decker    (Aug 15, 2012)

Mike, Lisa, and Lee have created something really wonderful at Karma Acres Farm. Not only do they have great honey--including some amazing honey infusions-- but they have also created a little piece of paradise on earth. Their beautiful farm is a haven for rescued animals, bees, and native birds. I would definitely recommend a visit (call ahead, of course).

What is more, they have been instrumental in helping us get Early Risers Bread off the ground, and they did so without a thought of what might be in it for them. These are genuinely good people, making the world a more beautiful place.

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Bees and Bonnet!!
By: zen waters    (Dec 20, 2011)

Karma Acres Bees are so much fun! I love having them as friends on FB. We enjoy all of the bees, Bonnet and doggie stories. Going to the Callahan Market is a real treat because we can buy honey made by the Karma bees as they make the best honey. We love to use in our own home and often keep some extra for gifts. We are most thankful for the Karma Acres Bees!

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Karma Acres Honey
By: Pat Gionet    (Nov 28, 2011)

Karma Acres is a small family farm north of Jacksonville, Florida, in Callahan, Florida, not far south of the Georgia line. They produce some of the most incredible honey you could ever imagine. It is a light golden color with a rich and robust flavor and is unbelievably perfect on biscuits, bread, in tea or coffee, or just for holding the jar up to the sunlight and looking through it. This honey is perhaps mostly gallberry honey, which, in my opinion, is far superior to orange blossom honey in fragrance and lightness of palate. It is not strong like avocado honey can be, but perfectly balanced for taste and texture. I would choose this over any honey I have had, and I am a big fan of honey and trying different types everywhere I go. While Tupelo honey generally has the most fans, I would put a jar of this up to a jar of Tupelo any day.

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Great Farm
By: Richard Parker    (Oct 20, 2011)

Their honey is the best I have ever had. It is all natural and I highly recommend it. I'm looking forward to trying their other products and I'm sure they will be outstanding too. I highly recommend their honey and I'm sure you will agree with me. Richard

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