Such a fickle bloom. It can grow a number of places but only produces nectar in the upper heights of the Southern Appalachians. Deep stands of sourwood trees display long fingers of white blossoms that bejewel every stem. Those little white bells are the source of love for the honeybees during their furious midsummer fling. The fruits of their courtship, when cared for by the master sourwood maker, should be valued more than gold. When you are lucky enough to taste the best, your taste buds are met with an orchestra of flavors ranging from maple spice to caramel to gingerbread. This unique flavor is universally appealing, and arguably the best in the world. Read more from Ted Dennard - Owner and Head Beekeeper!
Savannah Bee Sourwood Honey Gold Reserve is absolutely the finest quality sourwood honey we have seen in more than a decade! We received a limited amount of this one-of-a-kind honey from our beekeeper and it will not last long! Order your bottle today and sample the very best of the Appalachian Mountains.