Honey Varieties

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Wildflower Honey

Wildflower honey is exactly what it sounds like. Derived from a variety of wildflowers and plants which are blooming during the Spring and Summer months in the Northwest Florida panhandle. Our Wildflower Honey has a sweet medium to full-bodied flavor that is great for breakfast, dessert, or whenever sugar is used.  It is said to be the best honey for allergies because of the dozens of diverse flowers and trees from which the honey bees gather nectar. It is usually light amber in color.   However, color and flavor will vary from season to season and year to year depending on the weather and the most abundant plants and trees producing nectar. honeycomb



Tupelo Honey

Tupelo honey is produced from the White Ogeechee Tupelo (nyssa ogeche), which ranges through the Ogeechee, Apalachicola,Chipola, Ochlockonee, Choctawhatchee and the Chattahoochee River Basins in Northwest Florida. These river valleys are the only place in the world where Tupelo Honey is produced commercially. Bee hives are placed along the river’s edge. The bees fan out through the surrounding Tupelo blossom rich swamps during April and May and return with the nectar to produce tupelo honey. Pure Tupelo honey has a light amber golden color with a slight greenish cast. Virtually all tupelo honey is produced in the 850 area code, and it’s popular all over the world. This honey is a choice table grade honey with a delicious flavor with a delicate distinctive taste.honeycomb


Tulip Poplar

Tulip Poplar Honey

The tulip poplar is a magnificent, breathtaking, tall tree with large greenish-yellow flowers that are unforgettable when viewed. It generally blooms in the month of May. Tulip Poplar honey is produced all over the Gulf states east of the Mississippi. The honey is dark amber in color, however, its flavor is not as strong as one would expect from a dark honey. It has many applications in baking and cooking.honeycomb



Gallberry Honey

Gallberry Honey is a favorite of our Northwest  Florida locals. It is a light golden color and a flavor that is perfect for baking and cooking. Use Gallberry Honey in baked goods or as a table honey. Gallberry (Ilex Glabra) is a small evergreen shrub that is common in the planted pine areas of Northwest Florida. Because Gallberry is a favorite for much of Florida, it typically sees so such local demand, that very little is exported to other markets.honeycomb


Special Dark

Special Dark Honey

Special Dark Honey is just like the name says, this wildflower honey is very dark and very full-bodied. It is produced in Northwest Florida and has a very robust taste. Dark honey has been found to contain more antioxidant compounds than most lighter honeys. This honey is great for baking, sauces and as a table honey for those looking for a stonger honey flavor.honeycomb