Sourwood honey is highly regarded by honey makers and connoisseurs alike. That’s because Sourwood rarely grows nowadays, and is indigenous to the Southern Appalachians that run across the regions of Northern Georgia and Northwestern Carolina. Sourwood trees grow between 40 to 60 feet between the months of June to August. Its flowers are white and bell-shaped, which dangles from its branches in clusters a foot long. This local honey is recommended for people with allergies.
$14.50 – $174.00