TASTING NOTES: Bold, complex, with hints of maple and spice.
REGION: Southern Appalachian Mountains of GA
PAIRINGS: Perfect for making your own honey mustard or sauces. For a real Southern treat, drizzle some warm Sourwood Honey on a big ol' stack of flapjacks!
We have the Honey-Bees & Southern Appalachian Mountains to thank for making this exceptional honey for us!!
The Sourwood tree grows 40-60 feet with a diameter of 1 foot. The flowers are white bell-shaped and hang in clusters 5-6 inches long from the brances. The Sourwoods bloom from late June-July. Sourwood Honey is light in color with an aromatic mild to rich honey flavor, has a grayish hue, and is one of the best prized top quality honeys. A fine premium Sourwood Honey is rare and hard to produce. So enjoy!