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Southern Sourwood Fusion Honey

2021 Southern Sourwood Fusion

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Bound to be a Western North Carolina classic, our 2021 Southern Sourwood Fusion is derived from old-growth sourwood and Basswood trees of the Pisgah National Forest. Located on the doorstep of our apiaries deep in the heart of sourwood country, this year's naturally-harvested crop produced a uniquely semi-sweet and floral honey.

We never purchase honey from other beekeepers. We control and manage the process of honey production from hive to bottle to your table. Never heated, ultra-filtered, blended, flavored or infused. Gravity filtered to keep in all of the goodness the bees intended. Our honey is tested by independent labs to ensure it is 100% toxin-free and to  ensure no adulteration or agrotoxins (pesticides, herbicides, or antibiotics). Our honey is glyphosate free per QAI Labs!  See all of our lab results on our Honey page.

Harvest Notes
Our 2021 Southern Sourwood Fusion is a combination the bees created of sourwood and Basswood/Linden. Basswood is a premium honey procured from the blossoms of the Linden tree. Sometimes referred to by Southerners as the "bee tree," this hardwood produces small, flagrant, yellow flowers that drip with nectar. It possesses a balanced, fruity flavor with hints of grapes, pears and even watermelon. Along with the unique buttery, caramel flavor with subtle aromatic anise and spice bouquet of sourwood, the taste is nothing short of floral elegance.  Not overly sweet, not overly complex. It's beautifully mild.

Pfund scale = 23mm. Moisture level is a phenomenally low 16.1%

Limit two jars per order.
  • Net weight 12 oz. of sourwood honey in each cylindrical glass bottle.
  • Tested to ensure no adulteration and agrotoxins (pesticides, herbicides or antibiotics) including glyphosate.

Perfect Pairings
If you’re fortunate enough to live in the South, its natural habitat is on your biscuits, flapjacks or grits. If you’re a Yankee, drizzle onto scones or crepes.


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