Tupelo Honey

Tupelo Honey has a bright and unique floral burst ​with a distinctive anise flavor ​that dissolves easily on the tongue, and has a very pleasing finish.

Years of experience and good beekeeping skills are required to produce great Tupelo Honey. This raw unfiltered honey ​originates​ in the many rivers, lakes and wetlands in the middle section of the Florida panhandle. The Apalachicola​, Ochlocknee, Choctahatchee,​ and Chipola river basins, which run from North to South in Gulf County, contain some of the highest concentrations of tupelo trees in the world. ​