All Natural Products - All GOOD FOR YOU!

What is an Apiary? It is a bee yard. Mimi's Hilltop Apiary is located on top of Prospect Mountain in Granville, Massachusetts and have expanded into the farming town of West Suffield, Connecticut. We have a great variety of food for our bees, including blueberries, apples, pears, asters, clover, golden rod, japenese knotweed, and a variety of beatiful flowers, trees and plants that are blossoming throughout the year. We love to keep bees and harvest honey, but a close second is making our Beeswax products. They are 100% Natural and so good for you!

In these times where many of products are mass produced with chemicals and names of ingredients we don't even know, shipped from where we can't even imagine, we want to bring the best products available with the simplest ingredient list. We don't have a room full of Lab Chemists here. Just beekeepers that know the value of the honey and Beeswax.

We want to bring you affordable products. Let's face it, those big companies have the best containers and packaging, but when it comes down to the content we challenge you to compare our price per ounce of those leading brands. You will be shocked, as were we. Simple, Pure, and Affordable is what we are all about!

Your skin is your largest organ on your body. It soaks in whatever you put on it. At Mimi's we believe you need to feed your skin like you would feed your body. Wouldn't you rather do without chemicals when there are options to naturally make your skin feel softer, smoother and have less wrinkles?


Welcome to our New Store in Granville! Hours are 12-6pm Wed-Sunday. Located at 35 North Lane, Granville, Massachusetts.


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We need your Support!

Spring is the time when we need to replace our lost colonies. Please show your support by making a purchase of our Raw Honey and All Natural Beeswax Products. We are currently at the Big E for the Home & Garden Show March 26-29th. read more
Date Added: 27/03/2015

Christmas Ornaments-Beeswax of Course!

Make these adorable country beeswax ornaments. Any silicone shape will work. Melt the beeswax with a double boiler, pour into molds, insert toothpicks while still warm for hole. Let cool and decorate. We used the "shake n' bake method" just pour your glitter into a bag and shake. You can set glitter by warming the ornaments with a hairdryer. Use thread or fishing line for a tie and your done. Buy your beeswax by the pound from Mimi....just $12.95/lb. 12 ornaments shown used 2 ounces of wax. (you can make 96 for just $12.95) Please use caution when melting and pouring beeswax. Children should not be underfoot during this part of the process.   read more
Date Added: 22/11/2014

Welcome to our New Store in Granville!

Now Open. Hours are Monday thru Saturday 12-6pm. Many samples and great honey and beeswax products. Gift wrapping available on request. Located at 35 North Lane in Granville, Massachusetts. Please don't hesitate to call us if you are in the area and need help navigating. read more
Date Added: 14/11/2014

Bee-Waggle It's New!

The honeybee does a waggle dance when they want to communicate a great nearby food source. You will want to do your own waggle dance after you try our new lip treatment. Made with Lanolin and Cocoa Butter-On sale at 50% off for a limited time. read more
Date Added: 18/10/2014

Extended- July 25-28th! Annual Tent Sale-July 19th-20th

Extended- July 25-July 28th! It only happens once a year! Stop by to see us ad grab some great deals! read more
Date Added: 19/07/2014

Mimi's Hilltop Apiary

Bee with Pollen- July 2013 Sugar candy is at the bottom of cage Honeybee Larva (small white curls in cells)-May 2013 Scraping burr comb off inner cover-May 2013 Checking a frame-May 2013 Loads of capped brood close to hatching-May 2013 Frame is ready to explode with new bees-May 2013 We must inspect frames-May 2013 Sunlight helps to see inside cells-May 2013 Mimi working a hive-May 2013 Mimi scraping burr comb from a frame of bees-May 2013 Checking out the bees-May 2013 smoker is used to calm bees Mimi getting ready to go into bee yard-June 2013
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