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TYPES OF HONEY WE SELL

GALLBERRY: Gallberry Honey is light to medium-light in color and mild to medium in flavor. The Gallberry Bush, which blooms in May, is found mainly in the low flatlands of North Carolina, Georgia and Northern Florida.
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ORANGE BLOSSOM: Orange Blossom Honey varies in color and flavor from year to year. It is sometimes light and mild and sometimes darker. The flavor is sweet, unique and it is sought after by many. It is mainly produced in Florida and California.
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SOURWOOD: Sourwood Honey is rarely sold outside the area in which it is produced because of supply and demand. Sourwood honey is light to medium in color. Usually mild in flavor, this honey varies from year to year. It is considered one of the best honeys by many and is produced mainly in the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains. Sourwood is a tree that grows 40 to 60 feet and blooms from late June through July. The honey is definitely NOT sour! Buy Sourwood Honey
   
TUPELO: Tupelo Honey is light in color with a mild but unique flavor. Highly sought after by many, it usually brings a premium price. Tupelo is a tree growing mainly in the swamps and along rivers in South Georgia and Florida. It is also called Swamp Gum or Tupelo Gum.
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WILDFLOWER: Wildflower Honey is medium-amber in color and medium-strong in taste. It is a mixture of many nectar sources. This honey is the best choice for those people that want honey to help with allergies.
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