A mono-floral honey which is unique to the Southern Appalachian Mountain region of the U.S. Sourced from the Sourwood tree, which grows 40 to 60 feet tall and blooms from late June through July. Sourwood honey is sought by honey connoisseurs and honey purists worldwide. When harvested, it is generally extra-light to light amber in color (with lavender hues), and tends to darken to a dusky straw color as it ages. This quintessential mountain honey is extremely aromatic, with a distinctive flavor offering a persistent sweet and pleasant aftertaste.
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.