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post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 
Not sure this is the right forum for this but I would love to know your opinion.

My wife and I own a honey bee farm and sell honey. We are turning out a new product and we do not know what to call it. I would like your opinion on what to name it.

Northwest Java Honey
Java Buzz Honey
Sweet Buzz Java Honey
Sweet Buzz Honey
Buzzed Java Honey

what do you all think?
post #2 of 14
I like Java Buzz Honey.
post #3 of 14
I like Sweet buzz honey,or " buzz honey"
post #4 of 14
Java means coffee in my book.....Sweet Buzz Honey
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post #5 of 14
'honey buzz'
'buzzed honey'

going by the names you stated earlier im guessing its honey with caffeine in it?
post #6 of 14
Moderators: I'm not supposed to post in this forum, so please remove if you see fit.

How about:

Queen Bees Honey


you mention that your turning out a new product. Is the new product regular honey? Could you describe the new product a little bit? How does it differ from your other products? How does your farm differ from other bee farms? What do the bees feed on?


Recently I received some wildflower honey from a wine vineyard and olive oil producer. The flavor was so deep and intense...a far cry from the honey that I've bought at the supermarket or (so called) specialty shops.

Do you have a website?


Let us know what you decide on!
dan
post #7 of 14
Since Honey goes with Tea, how about T--r.i.f.f.i.c Buzz Honey :beer:
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post #8 of 14
Thread Starter 
Our new product that we are going to release soon is our honey aged with a combination of coffee beans. Through the aging process, the honey takes on a deep coffee flavor without the bitterness. Also, through time, the honey candys the coffee beans, making them edible. They are great. This honey is awesome. I tried them on pancakes. Yum!!!

We do have a web site.... Sweet as can Bee Honey Farm

I would love feedback on the web site too. We are planning on a new change for 2009.
post #9 of 14
Your description gives alot more to go on, thanks. Sounds delicious!



Java Gold

dan
post #10 of 14
Sounds delicious!

Java Honey

For more "flash" how about "Heavenly Honey", it provides an uplifting experience...

I have been to your website and you haven't really gone for a flashy and hip naming protocol so far. Maybe you are planning on renaming your Sage honey to "Wise man honey", it lends sage advice to your recipes...

I think the details about the inclusion of the beans could just be in the description and image. The product can do the talking.

But what do I know? Not much, eh...
Have fun!
SGMChef

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Have fun!
SGMChef

Don't take my word for it! I wouldn't trust me either!
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post #11 of 14
SWEET JAVA GOLD

Your honey sound amazing. I'd love to try it. Would you ship to the UK. Seriously
"If we're not supposed to eat animals, why are they made of meat?" Jo Brand
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"If we're not supposed to eat animals, why are they made of meat?" Jo Brand
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post #12 of 14
Thread Starter 
SGM:

Thank you for your advice. I didnt really go for the flash names for the sage or rosemary honey. Not sure why. Thank you though.
post #13 of 14
Thread Starter 
of course we will ship to the UK.. no problem!
post #14 of 14
Thread Starter 
If anyone from Cheftalk places an order with us, we will slip in a pack of our hand filled honey straws. visit Sweet as can Bee Honey Farm
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