Tupelo Recipes

Tupelo Honey Cake

We made this cake for a family dinner and it was a hit with children and grandparents - and everyone in between...

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Tupelo Honey Sweet Potato Pancakes

These yummy pancakes are a perfect addition to a family breakfast on the weekend, when things are not so rushed...

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Tupelo Honey

Tupelo Honey
$5.95 $21.95 $37.95 In stock
Experience one of our nation's rarest honeys produced by bees along the banks of the Apalachicola River and surrounding swamps of northwest Florida and southern Georgia. Pioneering beekeepers were among the earliest non-aboriginal people to explore this region of the country. This light honey has just a tang of lemon making it perfect for sweetening teas. It is also excellent for drizzling over cheeses and fruits.

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  • Tupelo 3 oz. (2 jars) - $14.95
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Tupelo

Experience one of our nation's rarest honeys produced by bees along the banks of the Apalachicola River and surrounding swamps of northwest Florida and southern Georgia. Pioneering beekeepers were among the earliest non-aboriginal people to explore this region of the country. This light honey has just a tang of lemon making it perfect for sweetening teas. It is also excellent for drizzling over cheeses and fruits.

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What are people saying?

"Great buying experience...my mother loved the tupleo honey three-bottle set I sent her for Mother's Day." - Brandon (Madison, WI)

"Bee America honey is smooth and flavorful and has a light but rich taste. I enjoy it pooled in the hidden crannies of English muffins, but it is equally good on biscuits, peanut butter and crackers, and in hot tea." - Anne (Oakridge, TN)

"Your honey is really good. A friend has been raising bees for years, and the honey is wonderful, but it seems to have a heavier taste. My friend shared a small jar of Bee America with me and I have also enjoyed it at our Sunday night dinners. We put it on fresh carrots and it was delicious." - Wendy (Chicago, IL)

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Did you know?

In northwestern Florida, beekeepers keep beehives along the river swamps on platforms or floats during tupelo bloom season.