Tupelo Honey 16oz
Named as the “champagne of honeys”, “Queen of honey”, “Southern Gold.” Tupelo honey comes from the green-white blossom of the white tupelo gum tree (Nyssa Ogeche). These blossoms are notoriously fragile. In good years, tupelo trees will bloom for only a few weeks. However in a bad year, the nectar flow only in few days.
Origin: This raw unfiltered honey comes from the white tupelo trees. The Apalachicola and Chipola river basins, which run from North to South in Gulf County, contain some of the highest concentrations of tupelo trees in the world.
Color and Taste: The taste is smooth, sweet, light honey with a mild floral and fruity taste. The honey color is light golden amber with a greenish cast. The aroma is cinnamon and floral. This honey, unlike most honeys, resists crystallization and stay as a liquid for years.
$24.50 – $294.00