Asheville Bee CharmerTulip Poplar Honey


A staple to the Appalachia, Tulip Poplar honey can be enjoyed anytime of year. A compliment to any hot drink or even a glaze for proteins!

Tulip Poplar Honey Notes

Nectar Source:
Tulip poplar, Liriodendron tulipifera
Hails From:
Northeast U.S.
Pairs Well With:
Strong cheeses, biscuits, game meat, baked goods
Tasting Notes:
Figs, cherries, dates

Here by “Poplar” Demand

Come spring, tulip poplar trees (which can grow upwards of 150 ft!) explode with teacup-shaped blossoms. Honey bees in select regions from New York to Southern Georgia transform this Spring bounty into honey that is dark in color and strong in taste.

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