Tallow Tree Honey Pint

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Our Texas Gulf Coast Tallow Tree Honey is produced by our beekeeper friends in the Houston Area. It exhibits a full-bodied pleasantness with a hint of cinnamon that is sure to delight. If you live on the coast, prepare to enjoy some allergy benefits from consuming a honey that is local to your area.



1.5 LB Net Wt.

Glass Container

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  • 5

    Posted by Trish Adair on 28th Oct 2021

    This is the only honey I care for. The sweetness is not overwhelming.

  • 5
    Best taste!

    Posted by PATRICIA D ADAIR on 11th Aug 2021

    I don't care for really sweet honey, this one is perfect, especially in my coffee.

  • 5
    Texas Tallow Tree

    Posted by zoila on 9th Jun 2021

    excellent flavor. Just the right sweetness

  • 5
    This is such a wonderful honey! We never run out. It helps us with her allergies and it tastes incredible.

    Posted by Janet on 23rd Jul 2020

    We love this product!

  • 5
    Tallow tree honey

    Posted by Janet on 5th Mar 2020

    Wonderful! Taste Probably helps with local allergies.

  • 5
    Tallow Tree Honey

    Posted by Andrea Thompson on 17th Oct 2019

    Best Honey I have ever bought... wish it came in the gallon jugs....

  • 5
    Better than expected

    Posted by John on 2nd Aug 2018

    I usually get lighter honey (Orange Blossom) but decided to try this as I love cinnamon anything and couldn't be happier with the purchase. Hoping it turns into a tasty mead

  • 5
    This is the most delicious honey I’ve ever eaten.

    Posted by Gail Morrissey on 28th May 2018

    I’ve diminished taste due to radiation treatments & most honey is too sweet. This honey is well balanced with a delightful flavor.

  • 5
    Very strong

    Posted by Unknown on 18th Jun 2016

    Wow, this is one heck of a honey. Deep, dark, and musky, with a mild spice. Other people I shared it with described it as "complex," "intense," and "sulfur-y." It's good and very interesting, but I would use it sparingly or it is likely to overpower.