Flow: Honey From the Hive

Collect honey straight from your backyard without the beekeeping garb

Honey has historically been used to treat burns, cuts, allergies, stomach ailments and was even thought to improve general life expectancy by the ancient Greeks. Eating honey made locally is said to have the greatest immune and allergen benefits—and enjoying the natural sweetener straight from the hive has never been easier with Flow. Currently funding on Indiegogo, the Australian invention essentially taps the hive and …

Leighton Brown Crisps

Eco-friendly snacks made with parsnips and Manuka honey

In 2009, Cara Leighton approached a couple of her restaurant-savvy friends to help create parsnip crisps with Manuka honey—a bold, flavorful syrup produced from New Zealand’s Manuka trees. While Leighton started out doing prep-work and cooking in her own home, the crew have since moved the company, Leighton Brown, to a production factory in Staffordshire, where their tasty crisps are made using all-natural ingredients—many of …

Omnipollo

A nomadic Swedish brewery founded on an unlikely "brewmance"

Swedish brewing nomads Henok Fentie and Karl Grandin founded Omnipollo in 2010. Fentie, a homebrewing enthusiast and Grandin, an illustrator, graphic designer and one of the founders of Cheap Monday, take a unique approach to brewing that has seen them ferment the label’s success in a short span of time while developing an enthusiastic following among the craft beer community and discerning drinkers alike. “We …