Bill's Bees Pumpkin Spice Latte Soap


It's Autumn! Time for Pumpkin Spiced Latte Handmade Beeswax Soap, one of Bill's Bees favorites. Liane creates a delicious blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla and real organic pumpkin...enhanced with milk and honey. These lovely soap bars smell and look good enough to eat - but I wouldn't recommend it.


Liane personally makes all our handmade beeswax soap barsShe develops her own recipes and uses beeswax and honey produced by our honey bees. She makes soap the old fashioned way, cold process in small 30 bar batches. It's always a mystery to me; I never know what she's going to come up with next. 

Our Pumpkin Spiced Latte Handmade Beeswax Soap Bars are amazing, and they're seasonal. Get them while they last!!!  Enjoy!

Thanks,
Bill's Bees

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The Bill's Bees Story At Bolton Hall

Hear about beekeeping in the San Gabriel Mountains from everyone's favorite local beekeeper, Bill Lewis, owner of Bill’s Bees. Learn why bees are so important to our lives, how to behave when bees are around, things we can all do to help bees, and more!

Bill's Bees Honey Frame
Bill was introduced to beekeeping when he was in the Boy Scouts. His fascination and love of bees stayed with him through college and a career in the aerospace industry. Bill established Bill's Bees in 1991 and has been keeping bees for more than 25 years. Bill was the president of the California State Beekeepers Association and for many years was the president of the Los Angeles County Beekeepers Association. Bill's Bees 100% raw local honey comes from our San Gabriel Mountains. 

Opening the program will be local artist, Elkpen, who will speak about her work, which uses a street art approach to tell stories about neighborhoods and natural history.

Bill's Bees raw honey and beeswax soaps and Elkpen's framed prints are available in our gift shop.

Bolton Hall Museum - 1 - 3 PM
10110 Commerce Avenue - Corner of Valmont
Free parking is available just north of the museum at the Elk's Lodge.

Free admission, and all are welcome.
(suggested donation of $3 per person

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