A Western North Carolina monofloral classic, Killer Bee's sourwood honey is derived from old-growth trees of the Pisgah National Forest, located on the doorstep of our apiaries deep in the heart of sourwood country. This naturally-harvested crop produces a uniquely aromatic and floral honey with a complex flavor that is highly coveted by food connoiseseurs throughout the world. Pure sourwood honey is an authentic southern appalachian delicacy and must-experience treat for honey lovers. Makes a perfect gift for the foodies in your life!
- Limit one jar per order
- Net weight 12 oz. of sourwood honey in each cylindrical glass bottle.
- Net weight 8 oz. of sourwood honey in each muth jar.
- Tested to ensure no adulteration or agrotoxins (pesticides, herbicides or antibiotics).
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.
Our 2020 sourwood is not quite as intense as previous years — basswood and some other sweeter floral sources are mixed into this 2020 harvest. It has a distinct, aromatic anise and spice bouquet. The taste is nothing short of floral elegance. Not overly sweet, but very complex. It's beautifully mild with a remarkable butter scotch middle and a rich caramel end. Classic Appalachia sourwood. True Nectar Value (TNV) pending analysis.