Sourwood Honey


“One of the most sought-after honeys in the world”

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Also called “Lily-of-the-Valley” tree because its panicles of flowers resemble those of the lily-of-the-valley plant. It blooms each year from June to August, attracting bees and butterflies. Sourwood honey is highly regarded by honey makers and connoisseurs alike.
Sourwood Honey comes from the nectar of the flower on the sourwood tree, which blooms in July/August of each year for about 6 weeks and grows between 40 to 60 feet. The sourwood tree is a tree that grows in the Appalachian Mountains of North Georgia, North Carolina, and parts of Tennessee. Its flowers are white and bell-shaped, which dangles from its branches in clusters a foot long. Sourwood honey is extra-light to light amber color and extremely aromatic with a distinctive rich, sweet, and buttery taste. When it comes to quality and taste, no other honey can match sourwood honey. Sourwood Honey is delicious on just about anything!

Additional information

Weight 0.998694 kg
Dimensions 12 × 15 × 20 cm

16oz jar, 1 Case – 12 Jars


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