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Seven Sisters Honey

Mountain raised organic varietal honey's
100% Pure beeswax candles
100% Pure beeswax candles
Cedar Chests
Custom Bed Frames
And many other intricate items

Located high in the mountains of East Tennessee
We've been in business for over 10 years
Open Wednesday through Sunday  11:00am to 5:00pm

Seven Sisters ( yes there really are seven
sisters )
 is a family owned business,
nestled in the heart of the southern
Appalachian Mts. Philip and Kathleen
Harrold have been perfecting their
skills in art, design, and
craftsmanship since 1972 and are
now joined by their son Shane in
bringing to the public a culmination
of their talents and skills at Seven
Sisters, located in Coker Creek Tn.

 Locally or Family Owned Business

For More Information, Contact:

Seven Sisters Honey
116 Utah Rd., Tellico Plains , TN 37385

Rosita wrote on November 09, 2014: We found this wonderful shop two years ago. The store owner was so nice we bought some honey plus I've cream it was the last day of season. We also bought some tumbled stones. It's devastating hearing about the bees. We went online looking to purchase more hours sad.

Jim Lewis wrote on September 23, 2014: Sadly folks, they are closed for good. Their bees died off. It's a serious problem across the country.

Charles Johnston wrote on May 14, 2014: I stopped at Seven Sisters while staying at Mountain Creek Hideaway Cabins, located just down the road. I wanted to try some of the honey but they were closed, so I took a picture of my motorcycle in front of the shop and went on my way. I hope they are open the next time I visit this wonderful land.

Tiana Brachel wrote on March 29, 2014: Today my husband and I drove up to the Seven Sisters shop at Coker Creek. We had enjoyed shopping there some time ago. To our disappointment, the shop was closed today. We're not sure whether Seven Sisters has gone out of business, or is closed for the season, or is just temporarily closed.

Julie Morgan wrote on September 17, 2013: Jeanne, you can call them at the number listed here and they can possibly ship to you. They do not currently do online ordering. Great people to work with though!

jeanne wrote on August 26, 2013: Was at a Pampered Chefs party lately and the hostess serves lemon grass tea, and several flavored honeys from your company as a sweetner. I’m interested in purchasing some, I don't seem to find any ordering info? Am I missing something? Help! I'm a Chef in Palm Beach and I'm always looking for new great items!!!

Sandra (Bell)Williams wrote on January 22, 2013: My husband and I came through last year while searching for my ancestors and we stoped in your store and bought several different types of honey. We loved them all. The chimes I bought for my grandson get used every day he loves them. He is autistic and it calms him down when he hears them. We hope to stop in this coming summer when we come down to visit with relatives.

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Latitude: 35.248042000
Longitude: -84.313406000
Elevation: 1556 FT (474 M)
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