Saw Palmetto Honey

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May 18th 2016

Bought the 3oz jar when I was in Charleston a few weeks ago, and it's already gone. I kept finding myself with a spoon in hand until there was nothing left! When my husband reminded me his mother's birthday was coming up, I immediately thought of and purchased the 12oz Palmetto Honey. Do not pass this one up-- you'll definitely regret it!



Jan 23rd 2016

Bought 12 oz jar about month ago. Two thirds of its gone already. Great on cheese and apples but also baked apples and French toast.



Sep 21st 2014

We visited Charleston in May 2014. It was a great trip and we loved the SC coast. A stop to the honey story brought us to the Palmetto Honey and we were taken with the fantastic and nutty flavor. We are ordering our 3rd jar. I use it for tea and toast. However, the best treat is to drizzel over sliced fresh fruit. Both the fruit flavor and the honey flavor come out strongly. Thanks for making this available to the World. Ted and Joe.



Saw Palmetto Honey


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Honeybees make Saw Palmetto Honey from Serenoa repens, a short palm tree topped by an enormous crown of fan-shaped leaves. If you've been anywhere in Florida or along the coast of Alabama, Louisiana, Georgia or southern South Carolina, you've probably seen it.

Saw Palmetto Honey is the oldest known honey in the Sunshine State and is thought of as a hidden treasure in those parts. It is packed with enzymes, antioxidants, vitamins, acids, and phytonutrients, making it good for our digestive and immune systems. This can be said for all high-quality honey, but darker honeys can contain up to 20 times more nutrients than lighter honeys. Some believe Saw Palmetto Honey rivals Manuka Honey for antimicrobial effectiveness.

Saw Palmetto Honey is a light to deep amber in color. It is full-bodied, citrusy, smoky, with woody overtones. You might even taste a little caramel in there. Its boldness and complexity make it a great complement to cooked or cured meats and salty, hard cheeses. Most importantly, it's the perfect sweetener for the South's signature drink, Sweet Tea.

Learn more about this remarkable honey on the Bee Blog!