Tupelo Honey

What’s special about Tupelo honey? Tupelo honey is produced by honeybees from the blossoms of the white Ogeechee tupelo tree. You find these trees mainly in the remote wetlands of South Georgia and Northern Florida. The trees only blossom for three to four weeks so beekeepers move their beehives to the groves of Tupelo trees to get the best honey. What’s the difference in the taste? Well, it’s so delicious, it’s difficult to describe. It has a buttery, fruity and very smooth taste! Did you know that some people use Tupelo honey as their secret ingredient in tomato pasta sauces?
Order a jar of Tupelo honey online athttp://jamjellyhoneyhouse.com/honey/ or call 617-319-2877 to place your order.

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