Tupelo, oh Tupelo. You are the champagne of honey. This beautiful Honey comes from the green and white blossoms of the white Tupelo gum tree. These blossoms are very fragile, and good weather is needed to produce this beauty. The season can vary from a couple of days to 3 weeks. The Appalachicola River in the Florida Panhandle is the center for Tupelo Honey and has more white tupelo trees than anywhere else in the world. Raw, unfiltered Tupelo Honey has a light amber golden color with a greenish tint when held up to the light. It has a bright and buttery taste making this honey one of the most favorable honeys around. 🍾🍯
About the beekeeper:
I am a third generation beekeeper. I have always wanted to work with my hands, be outside and give back to the Earth in some way – do something for the overall greater good! I love the natural benefits honey has to offer. 750 local bees flew over 55,000 miles and visited about 2 million flowers to produce just one pound of this honey. I extract it by hand and bottle it with love. I hope you savor every last drop! – Amy
Do Not Feed Honey to Infants Under One Year. Honey may become crystallized (coarse or granulated) over time. Crystallization is the natural process in which liquid honey becomes solid. It is best to store honey at room temperature in a dry cupboard to avoid crystallization.