The perfect unique holiday gift item! A single bottle of our very special Wickedly Whipped for the extra nice person on your gift giving list.... including yourself!
Single Bottle: 6oz hexagon bottle of divinely delicious Wickedly Whipped Sourwood Fusion packaged with a special holiday flair in a decorative clear box.
For the EXTRA special person, check out our Wickedly Whipped Sample pack.
Our 2023 Wickedly Whipped Honey is missing something… wildflower honey. We bottled all of it. But fear not, this batch of Wickedly Whipped honey is filled with this years Sourwood Fusion honey. This is the same blend of every possible flowering source the bees collected through-out the year from the Pisgah Forest. Every imaginable plant; from clover, dandelions, wild blueberry and huckleberry shrubs up to majestic tulip poplars and sourwood trees contributed to this years batch of Wickedly Whipped Honey. The result? A pollen packed, thick and creamy Killer Bees Honey, rich with taste and nutrition. A texture of thick smooth creamy custard, yet, there are no dairy products in our Wickedly Whipped Honey. Treat this organic, all-natural whipped honey like butter. Heat may cause liquefaction and separation, so we suggest you keep refrigerated or in a cool cabinet.
- Each jar contains 6oz or 12 oz. of hand-poured, dangerously delicious, whipped honey.
Tested to ensure no adulteration or agrotoxins (pesticides, herbicides or antibiotics).
Spread some on your toast or English muffin. Slather on waffles or pancakes, or as a special treat in a pastry cup topped with nuts or fruit. It is also perfectly acceptable to eat straight out of the bottle! Our no-drip solution to your breakfast routine will be a family hit! Create a lovely holiday treat with a spoonful of Killer Bees Honey Wickedly Whipped honey in a small pastry cup, topped with fruit, nuts, or sprinkle with holiday decoration sparkles. A seriously special dessert.
Harvested from our home apiary first wildflower harvest. This is an intense polyfloral wildflower with deep, mineral rich notes and tremendous reach and slightly spicy end. The lasting flavors are no doubt due to the blend of tulip poplar and of dozens of other varietal spring nectars coming from the Pisgah Forest.