We produce award-winning Local Certified Naturally Grown (organically managed) Honey collected by our bees from wildflowers and trees in the lower Connecticut River Valley, as well as organic red table grapes. Three Sisters Farms Honey has a light flavor, and is neither heat treated or adulterated with other honeys. Our infused LAVENDER HONEY is a best seller! Our honey supply is rather limited but is in great demand.
Adding value to our honey, we also produce handcrafted goats milk soaps with shea butter and other natural ingredients, lip balms, hand creams, and 100% beeswax candles. Our soaps are made with essential oils, our organic honey, and other natural ingredients such as lavender buds, chamomile, or cinnamon. Super-fatted with as many as eight vegetable oils and butters, resulting in a moisturizing, sudsy bar with longlasting qualities. Our Gardener's Hand Cream, with shea butter as the first ingredient, jojoba and avocado oils, and honey is one of those rare 'miracle creams' that really work on dry, cracked hands, feet, and other dry skin areas.
We're family owned and create our products in our kitchen and farm. We market our products locally, through Whole Foods Markets in CT, and mail order via our website, and welcome customers who wish to buy direct. We do not offer farm tours. And of course, we thank you for your business!
Gardener's Hand Cream. Rich in shea butter and our Certified Naturally Grown honey, this cream works wonders on dry, cracked skin, eczema, cuticles, etc. It REALLY WORKS. Also: TEA TREE SKIN THERAPY. Like our hand cream but with Tea Tree and other healing oils/butters! Our NEW Best Seller!
Try our DON'T BUG ME! all natural insect repellent--it REALLY works!
Higganum, Fridays, 3 - 6 PM
Simsbury, Thursdays, 2 - 6 PM,
Hamden, Spring Glen Church, Tues., 3-6 PM
Old Saybrook, Wed, 10 AM - 12:30 PM
Old Saybrook, Sat. 9 AM - 12:30 PM
Spring Glen (Hamden), Tues., 3 - 6 PM, starting 6/23
Woodmont Farm (Milford), Wed., 3:30 - 6:30 PM
Chester, Sundays, 10 AM - 1 PM
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