Tupelo Honey

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Often named as the “champagne of honeys”, “Queen of honey”, “Southern Gold”, “Liquid Gold” of the southern swamplands

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Tupelo Honey is very mild, smooth, and light amber in color with a complex floral taste. It is one of the most well-known and well-regarded varieties of honey for its unparalleled flavor. The mild taste makes it the best sugar supplement for those who do not love to have too much sugar. Aside from the flavor, color and rarity of tupelo honey, this sweetener also has a high fructose-to-glucose ratio, which makes it stand out from other honeys.

Production of this honey can only take place during a very small window of time during springtime in Florida when the tupelo trees bloom. The bloom can last only days and up to 2-3 weeks in better years. It’s the small window of production that limits supply combined with its exceptional flavor that makes this honey so sought after.

Tupelo honey is produced in the Okeefenokee Wildlife Refuge and the Apalachicola River basin in Florida, where the peninsula turns into the Florida panhandle. These areas are part of the Southern Cypress Swamp, which is why tupelo honey is sometimes called swamp honey. Tupelo honey gets its proper name from the white Ogeechee tupelo trees that provide the nectar for the bees in the region. These trees, which are also called white gum tupelo and Ogeechee lime, only blossom about 10 days out of the year. There are other locations of the tupelo gum trees, but it’s in this swamp where they grow in abundance. Aside from the flavor, color and rarity of tupelo honey, this sweetener also has a high fructose-to-glucose ratio, which makes it stand out from other honeys.

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Weight 0.99 kg
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Jars

16oz jar, 1 Case – 12 Jars

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