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Bee Sweet Lemonade

Bee Sweet Lemonade

Bee Sweetened Lemonade - Episode 628 - 3/20/2015

Sweetened Lemonade with Bee Honey
Bee Sweet Lemonade is on a "Mission" To Save The Bee's
 Some people get stung by a bee giving them a sour taste for the little creature's. Others however, take that unpleasant experience and turn it into Bee Sweet Lemonade. That's exactly what happened to our newest Shark Tank contestant, 10 year-old Mikaila Ulmer and owner of Bee Sweet Lemonade. When Mikaila was only four years old, She enrolled in a Children's Business Competition in the Action Children's Business Fair. She obviously had an entrepreneurial spirited mind at such an early age, but it wasn't until a second bee sting and a little help from her Great Granny Helen's old cookbook that the Bee Sweet Lemonade started to brew.

The more Mikaila learned about those little Bee's trying to get her attention while deciding on a new business venture, the more she realized they could help each other. She had an idea for a Lemonade stand that seems appropriate for her age at the time, but preferred a more sweetened taste. As the saying goes, "If life gives you a lemon then you turn it into lemonade". And if life gives you a lemon when bee's keep stinging you, why then you make the best Bee Sweet Lemonade imaginable.

The Bee Sweet Lemonade was an instant success as everyone seems to love the healthy sweetened beverage. The concept sweetening drinks with honey is nothing new, but what the big beverage companies don't have is the passion to help the bee's like Mikaila does. The video below shows this young entrepreneur's passion for helping bee colony's that's been struggling for many years. The mystery why bee hive's are dying off is still unknown, but each time you drink a Bee Sweet Lemonade, you're helping solve this problem with a portion being donated to solve this problem.

Bee Sweet Lemonade before Shark Tank Update

If there was ever a great time to go on the Shark Tank Show with a Bee related product, this is it. The Bee's have been getting major news coverage for a new type of colony that's smashing records in the Crowdfunding arena. The Flow Hive makes harvesting honey as easy as turning on a faucet and watch it fill the jar as if by magic. The funding campaign is still live on Indiegogo with 17 days left as of this writing. So far, over 16,000 funder's have contributed over $6.7 million from an original $70k goal.

Imagine walking up to a Bee Sweet Lemonade stand and having the Bee Hive sitting on the table with all the bees hard at work? O.K. maybe that's not the best idea, but talk about an attention grabber that Bee-lieve me, would draw in even bigger crowds wanting to learn how Bee Sweet Lemonade is made.

Congratulations Mikaila for taking your passion learning about bee's and finding a way to turn it into a full-fledged business worthy of a Shark Tank appearance. I can only imagine how many young entrepreneurs you're going to inspire after tonight's Episode 628 airs on ABC.

Bee Sweet Website


  1. Congratulations Mikaila!!! You did a fantastic job ��