Produced by bees of Southern Georgia, Gallberry is a delicate aromatic honey with a rich amber hue. Coincidentally, Gallberry comes from the Holly (ilex) family, just as yerba mate does. This may be the perfect marriage of all honey and mate in existence. With piney, sweet and nectarous tones, Gallberry is a complex and nuanced varietal honey.
How to make a honey mate
Spread a thin layer of honey around the perimeter of your gourd. Pour hot water over the honey to incorporate it into your mate as you desire.
No need to refrigerate our honey — it’ll remain just fine in room temperature. Honey may naturally crystalize after a few months, which is totally normal. You may gently heat the bottle in warm water to reliquify.