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Southern Belle Honey

Before the White Tupelo starts to bloom, a hodgepodge of other plants all bloom all at once along the Apalachicola River on the panhandle of Florida.  Ti-Ti, Black Tupelo, Black Gum, Willow, and other plants produce a dark, quickly granulating honey that is excellent for baking and many teas.  We call this resultant wildflower Southern Belle Honey.


Surprisingly, this honey has a taste like peaches.  Did the bees actually hit peach trees when they produced this honey?  We do not know.  However, it is surprisingly sweet for such a dark honey, with a rich taste that is not overpowering.


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6oz and 16oz (1-lb) jarsQuantity
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$14.00
2-11
$12.50 Each
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$11.25 Each
1/2 gallon (6 lbs)Quantity
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1 gallon (12 lbs)Quantity
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Southern Belle Honey, 1 pound

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Southern Belle Honey is a dark wildflower honey, with just a hint of peaches. This is raw honey.

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US$14.00
Southern Belle Honey, 1/2 gallon

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Southern Belle Honey is a dark wildflower honey, with just a hint of peaches. This is raw honey.

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US$55.00
Southern Belle Honey, 1 gallon

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Southern Belle Honey is a dark wildflower honey, with just a hint of peaches. This is raw honey.

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US$85.00
Southern Belle Honey, 5-gallon Bucket

Southern Belle Honey, 5-gallon Bucket
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Southern Belle Honey is a dark wildflower honey, with just a hint of peaches. This is raw honey.

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US$360.00

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