Savannah Bee's Tupelo honey is, hands down, the Queen of the honey world, the "gold standard" of the sweetest liquid gold in the South.\r\n\r\n
Harvested over two or three weeks in the early Spring, Tupelo nectar is one of the rarest and most valuable liquid resources in the world. After being concentrated by the workers, the nectar is transformed into a delicacy whose combination of strength, subtlety, and sweetness is almost impossible to describe.\r\n\r\n
We think Savannah Bee's Tupelo is like a thick, slow-moving river of liquid sunshine. When you pour it from our elegant Flute into strong black tea, or onto a piece of crisp buttery toast, or over a piece of aged cheddar, you know you're in for something special. Tupelo's flavors arrive as a series of distinct impressions, a parade of melon, crème brulée, butter, dried pear, and a hint of wet stones. Underneath it all is an unmistakable herbaceous note, the barest hint of Southern Moss. The finish is long, lasting more than a minute before fading away entirely.