Honey Bee Trading Post
Honey Bee Trading Post in Cambridge carries goods that are typically sourced from beekeepers, small farms, and craftsmen that have sustainable and ethical standards. Owner Amy Taylor describes her shop’s origin. “ Three years ago, my inspiration for opening the shop was and still is that amazing little insect, the honey bee. Much more has inspired me since then, but the sentiment remains... save the bees, shop small and spread kindness and joy.”
Bees wax wraps are an alternative to the single use of plastic to store food. They are made with organic cotton and can be used over and over again for up to one year. Another favorite is the Sydney Hale soy candle line which raised over 40k last year for dog rescue.
Local honeys, hand crafted soaps, hot sauces, spices, saltwater taffy, peanut and cashew brittle.
Beloved Local Item
Handmade brooms by Mickey Stant of Harmony, Maryland.
“Playfully Quaint Goods”
Hand made paper prints, canvas bags and leather journals that include a quote that makes one think, laugh or tear up a bit.
Hive-to-body products with no synthetic fragrance, parabens, or phthalates.
Just For the Holidays
Whipped winter white honey, infused and sourced culinary sea salts, and confections like salted bourbon caramels.
Special Gift Idea
Re-purposed wine barrel charcuterie boards naturally stained by the wine they once housed.
Most Expensive Items
Whimsical wall art collection
Sign on the Door
Fishing Creek Barber Shop — a one-chair barbershop that is tucked in the back of the trading post
432 Race Street
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(or 6 p.m., sometimes 7-8 p.m., just ask!)