Like Wildflower Honey, Appalachian Mountain Honey is a multi-floral (or poly-floral) honey, derived from the nectar of a variety of spring blooms indigenous to the Appalachian Mountain region. A blend of nectar sources from maple, tulip poplar, willow, basswood, holly, locust, dandelion, sumac and clover make for a delicious dark honey that is bursting with the rich flavors that only the Appalachian Mountains has to offer. Wonderful in coffee!
Caution: Do not feed honey to children under one year old.
Note: Natural honey will crystallize eventually. To restore honey to its liquid form, heat water in a pan to a simmering state and remove from burner. Remove the lid and place the honey container in the water bath to the level of honey, until returning to its liquid state.