Arizona August 05, 2019
The World’s Freshest Jams Are Tucked Away Inside This Hidden Arizona Roadside Stand
Back-to-school season is in full swing, and nothing beats a classic PB&J to send the kids off to class with. Pay a visit to The Honey Stand, a charming little roadside market on Highway 87 before summer is over and stock up on some of Arizona’s freshest jams, jellies, honey, and other homemade treats.
Next time you're driving on Highway 87, keep an eye out for The Honey Stand.
This unassuming roadside stop boasts a wider selection of jams, spreads, dressings, and - of course - honey, than anywhere else in Arizona.
Both indoors and out, themed decor is everywhere you look.
It adds a quirky charm to the whole place that begs you to come inside and see what it's all about.
You'll find 26 varieties of honey that encompass every color, flavor, and grade imaginable.
Jars range in size from six ounces to an entire quart, so get several small ones for sampling or take home a massive supply of your favorite (or both!)
Over two dozen different types of jelly range from classics like peach and blackberry to more unique concoctions like prickly pear and cactus.
There are also several sugar-free varieties for those with dietary restrictions.
Other products include dressings, vinaigrette, candy, homemade granola, dried fruit, and other condiments.
Ever tried pickled garlic? How about avocado oil infused with lime? Everything is extremely affordable, so come prepared to stock up on an arsenal of goodies to restock your kitchen with.
Have you ever been to The Honey Stand? If so, what's your favorite product? Make sure and leave a comment with your thoughts and recommendations!
Address: 3691 North AZ-87, Pine, AZ 85544
Hours: Monday-Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Friday & Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information, visit the stand’s
website or Facebook page.
Have you ever stopped at The Honey Stand? If so, what’s your favorite product? Let us know your thoughts, and check out our previous article for another roadside produce spot:
This Tiny Roadside Farmers Market In Arizona Is Too Good To Pass Up.