Tupelo Honey is not only famous for its rarity, if anything the real fame comes from the taste. Tupelo has been considered the “gold standard of honey.” The taste is buttery, the texture is smooth, and flavor hits on the back on the tongue producing one of the most unique honeys in the world. Tupelo has a high fructose sugar ratio, making it one of the few honeys in the world that never crystallize. So the sweetness is light, and the taste is delicious. It is a perfect compliment to a biscuit, tea, or just about anything that could use a little extra something sweet.
This raw unfiltered honey comes from the white tupelo trees that thrive in the many rivers, lakes and wetlands of Gulf County, Florida. Our tupelo honey hails from the small town of Wewahitchka, which is the center of tupelo honey production in the USA. “Wewahitchka” is a Seminole name that means “water eyes” — a reference to the many lakes in the area. The Apalachicola and Chipola river basins, which run from North to South in Gulf County, contain some of the highest concentrations of tupelo trees in the world.
Buy Tupelo Honey, 16oz = $28.00