Savor Every Drop of this Precious Nectar
A specialty honey collected from the blossoms of the white Ogeechee tupelo (Nyssa ogeche) trees in Georgia. Tupelo literally means swamp, from the Native American language of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
These trees are remotely located only in the deep swaps of Georgia and Florida, where our bees spent their vacation from their home in Maine. Pure Tupelo honey will never granulate, due to the high fructose content, allowing it to retain a silky smooth texture. Beekeepers only have a short 2–3 weeks to produce this honey, as these trees only blossom in limited windows each year, adding to the allure and highly coveted nature of this delicate honey.
With a highly prized flavor profile of rich florals, rosewater, caramel, ocean essence, sweet hay, mild cinnamon-clove spice, tangy, apple, we have an extraordinarily complex and elegant honey that truly is like no other. Enjoy this rare treat while it’s available.