Hey there Honey! Join my delicious monthly Honey Box - Only $19.95

January 11, 2021

Hey there Honey! Join my delicious monthly Honey Box - Only $19.95

Hey there honey, would you like to join my exclusive monthly Honey Club. First up for February is our delicious new limited edition product Honey BBQ Sauce continuing into the year for March is a squeeze bottle of pure honey then April is honeycomb in pure honey.

- Never have to think about reordering
- A sweet surprise every month
- Get 10% off in store anytime
- First access to new releases 
- Free samples and bonus products
- Freedom to cancel anytime (but I'd be sad to see you go)

Membership benefits - Each month a very special box with a new honey product for the month, recipe card, 10% discount coupon code and handcrafted honey soap.

February - Honey BBQ Sauce, March - Honey Squeeze Bottle, April - Honeycomb in Pure Honey Jar, May - Two beeswax candles, June - Nut Butter Blend, July - Two slices of fresh honeycomb, August - Pure honey in a glass jar, September - Dijon Honey Mustard Dressing jar, October - Ginger Infused Honey, November - Honey Chilli Soy Dressing and December - Banana Infused Honey





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