Sourwood or Tupelo Honey?
Two of the top American premium honeys with dipper. Two great choices. Which is better? Well, it’s a toss up, because they are both great choices. It’s really a personal preference. Spread the love by gifting either of these ultimate honeys including a practical and useful wooden honey dipper. Both options come gift wrapped.
Authentic raw sourwood honey is a delicate, smooth and delicious honey. The unique mono-floral raw sourwood honey has distinctive flavors of anise, spice, coves and maple and caramel taste. A smooth and syrupy texture, Sourwood Honey has a beautiful amber color which lends to a buttery sensation an aroma of cinnamon and cloves. For these reasons, the aftertaste has a slight gingerbread twang.
Sourwood Honey Origins
This rare sourwood honey originates from the Lily of the Valley (Sourwood) trees located in the North Georgia Appalachian mountains. Extracted from pristine hives, Sourwood Honey is famous for it’s rich and compelling flavor and aroma.
Sourwood honey is native to the USA and comes from the nectar of the Sourwood Tree. It’s known for its light amber appearance and ability to resist crystallization.
Sourwood Honey Pairings
Prized by honey aficionados, this coveted raw honey variety is fantastic on countless foods including fried chicken, breads and in yogurt. It’s also great drizzled on fruits, oatmeal, granola, cheese and in hot tea.
Raw Tupelo Honey
Raw tupelo honey is lighter in color, buttery in flavor with a mild and magical taste. With tones of cinnamon and hints of anise, this delicious honey comes from the blossoms of the tupelo gum tree. These blossoms are fragile, and favorable weather is necessary to produce a strong, plentiful crop. Our tupelo honey supply comes from the Wewahitchka area in the Florida panhandle and the Savannah river banks in Georgia.
Tupelo Honey: A Taste Like No Other
Raw, unfiltered Tupelo honey has an amazing flavor profile. It has a bright, fruity-floral burst that dissolves on the tongue, with a warm buttery finish. Tupelo honey has a lower glycemic index than most honeys and has a high resistance to crystallization. The lower glycemic index makes it easier to process and digest than most honeys.
Tupelo Honey Pairings
Tupelo honey pairs very well with strong cheeses, chicken, salmon, fresh fruit, vegetables, teas, coffee, pastries and breads.
Give Them the Best!
This Valentine’s day, treat your loved one to either or both of these amazing premium raw honey bundles. It’s always a sweet deal when they know you care to send the very best.