Savanna Bee Tupelo Honey is light amber in color and has a deliciously unique flavor. Buttery undertones with a soft vanishing sweetness.
It is produced from the Tupelo Gum Tree (Nyssa Aquatica), also known as the Water Tupelo, which grows in the rivers and swamps surrounding Savannah, Georgia. The Savannah Bee Company keeps its bees on the banks of the Ochlockonee River, the only place in the world where Tupelo Honey is produced commercially. This raw honey
It is becoming one of the most requested table-grade honey in the U.S.A., not only for its taste but also because it does not crystallize.
- No honey should be fed to infants 12 months or younger.
- KSA Kosher