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Sourwood Honey

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  • Product Details

    Sourwood trees blossom late in June through August and need generous sunshine and rain to produce enough flowers to yield a honey crop, so this Southern Appalachian favorite is only available in "vintage" years. When harvested, Sourwood honey has beautiful lavender hues that slowly darken to a dusky straw color as it ages. This award-winning honey is big and complex with hints of maple and spice. Sourwood Honey boasts huge flavor and it's bright enough for basting grilled chicken or pork tenderloin. For a real Southern treat, drizzle some warm Sourwood Honey on a big ol' stack of flapjacks! KSA Kosher Certified.

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  • Region

    Southern Appalachian Mountains of Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina

  • Tasting Notes

    Pure Sourwood Honey is dark in color and thick in texture. The flavor of this fantastic honey can only be described as large and in charge! Sourwood honey is bold and up front, flaunting big maple and spice notes.

  • Pairings

    Sourwood honey pairs well with everything. Once I saw Ted pouring it on pizza! Because of its big flavor Sourwood is perfect for marinades and sauces

  • Did You Know?

    The Cherokee Indian tribes of the Appalachian states used the wood from the Sourwood tree to construct their arrows. Cherokee people would also chew Sourwood tree leaves to eliminate thirst and dry-mouth.

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