Honeycore is an aesthetic based around the rural production and consumption of goods such as honey, bread and waffles. It is similar to Cottagecore in that agricultural imagery and values are emphasized, but the visuals are streamlined to create a color palette of mostly pale yellows and browns and has a heavy focus on honey, bees, and anything apiary-related. In many of the pictures that can be classified into the Honeycore aesthetic, bees, honey or flowers can be seen and there is a big emphasis on agriculture and conservation of bees.

This aesthetic may also be related to Warmcore because of its use of flowers and warm hues. Honey itself can be a golden yellow or can be as dark as brown, and bees are usually active in warmer seasons.

Witchcore might be related to Honeycore because both of these aesthetics often uses herbs and natural remedies. Honey soothes your throat, and herbs such as mint may work well in a honey tea. Basil might add flavor to breads, too.

A subtype of honeycore also exists, created by the Minecraft youtuber Xisumavoid. His base on the popular server Hermicraft is largely centered around honey and honeycomb blocks, as well as a large industrialized honey farm. This building style integrates honey into modern towers as well as automated, resulting in a more mechanized focused honeycore.


Honeycore fashion borrows heavily from the Cottagecore aesthetic more often than not, but if somebody really wanted to go full-on Honeycore with their fashion (or one has a really strange sense of humor or doesn't care what people think about their look), they could start walking around in beekeeper costumes or even customize their beekeeper costumes to their liking.


  • Bees
  • Honey
  • Honeycomb
  • Honey sticks
  • Lemons
  • Hexagons
  • Picnic blankets
  • Baskets
  • Teapots
  • Teacups
  • Plastic and glass bottles
  • Mason jars
  • Beehive jars
  • Honey dippers
  • Spoons
  • Fields
  • Flowers
    • Roses
    • Daisies
    • Sunflowers
    • Lavender
    • Various wildflowers
  • Mushrooms
  • Tea



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