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Now That’s What I Call Pure Jamaican Honey.

From each morning’s glorious sunrise until the sun dips into the sea at nights, tropical foliage presents a magnificent palette of colour, and flavours, and the bees make a most precious honey found only in the jewel Island of the Caribbean.

We are a land of fruits herbs and trees, unique to our climate and geographical location. There are exciting experiences, engaging activities, breathtaking landscapes and a warm, welcoming people.  No place on earth provides the range of plants and weeds or flowers that produces a distinct tasting and diverse kind of honey, a honey we call Ruebees.

No place on earth feels like it. No place on earth shines like it. Jamaica, the home of Ruebees, locally harvested pure  honey.




This is Alicia : She is the Queen Bee.  It goes without saying, but, obviously no hive can survive with the Queen.  Hail the Queen. 

“The term “queen bee” is typically used to refer to an adult, mated female that lives in a honey bee colony or hive; she is usually the mother of most, if not all, of the bees in the beehive. .”


“She simply runs the show and keeps the drone happy.”


Mark R.

“Drones do not exhibit typical worker bee behaviours such as nectar and pollen gathering, nursing, or hive construction.  Instead, Drones fly in abundance in the early afternoon and are known to congregate in drone congregation areas a good distance away from the hive.”