Tupelo Honey

Tasting Notes

Rich, light amber color with buttery taste and a finish of sweet southern stone fruits like peach and apricot

Ingredients & Origin

Florida & Georgia, USA

100% Raw Tupelo Honey

About the Pollen

Our raw Tupelo honey is known as the Cadillac of honeys - and this particular harvest is like driving one with gold-plated wheels! Sweet and buttery smooth, beekeepers have long considered Tupelo honey the best of the best.

A rare and difficult to harvest honey, Tupelo is harvested for only 2 weeks in the spring in northwest Florida and southern Georgia from the Ogechee Lime tree (also known as White Tupelo or White Gum Tupelo). Tupelo honey is typically light in color with a buttery sweet, stone fruit finish that is like no other.

Tupelo honey is also the only honey that does not crystallize in its pure unadulterated form due to its high fructose content!

Honey Facts

Tupelo Honey

Tea Pairings

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From the Hive

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