Ark of Taste : Sourwood Honey : Slow Food USA

Ark of Taste : Sourwood Honey : Slow Food USA

Raw Sourwood Honey (Pure Natural Honey) 16oz - http://goodvibeorganics.com/raw-sourwood-honey-pure-natural-honey-16oz/

Raw Sourwood Honey (Pure Natural Honey) 16oz - http://goodvibeorganics.com/raw-sourwood-honey-pure-natural-honey-16oz/

Sourwood honey - pure, raw and natural from the Georgia Mountains

Sourwood honey - pure, raw and natural from the Georgia Mountains

Sourwood honey - pure, raw and natural from the Georgia Mountains

Sourwood honey - pure, raw and natural from the Georgia Mountains

Where can you buy pure sourwood honey?  Buy directly from a beekeeper who lives in the region!  Carolina Honeybees Farm via @https://www.pinterest.com/carolinahoneyb

Sourwood Tree Honey

Where can you buy pure sourwood honey? Buy directly from a beekeeper who lives in the region! Carolina Honeybees Farm via @https://www.pinterest.com/carolinahoneyb

There's nothing sour about our Sourwood honey, an old-time Appalachian favorite from northern Georgia. Medium sweet with a slightly earthy taste, Sourwood honey smells like a forest after a spring rainstorm.

There's nothing sour about our Sourwood honey, an old-time Appalachian favorite from northern Georgia. Medium sweet with a slightly earthy taste, Sourwood honey smells like a forest after a spring rainstorm.

This Southern Appalachian Sourwood Honey tastes like the fall: spice, maple syrup, gingerbread & molasses. $16.55

This Southern Appalachian Sourwood Honey tastes like the fall: spice, maple syrup, gingerbread & molasses. $16.55

sourwood honey. Sourwood trees flower midsummer in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Appalachian. Harvested at the end of the bloom when the nectar is sweetest, sourwood honey is highly floral, rich and buttery with a maple finish. Amber in color, sourwood honey does not crystallize easily. It is a rare honey with a big local following, found primarily in the Southern United States.  Sourwood honey pairs well with Asian foods, and is the secret ingredient to many a Southern heirloom barbecue…

sourwood honey. Sourwood trees flower midsummer in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Appalachian. Harvested at the end of the bloom when the nectar is sweetest, sourwood honey is highly floral, rich and buttery with a maple finish. Amber in color, sourwood honey does not crystallize easily. It is a rare honey with a big local following, found primarily in the Southern United States. Sourwood honey pairs well with Asian foods, and is the secret ingredient to many a Southern heirloom barbecue…

Raw Natural Pure Sourwood Honey & Wildflower Honey From the Pisgah Forest in Brevard, North Carolina

Raw Natural Pure Sourwood Honey & Wildflower Honey From the Pisgah Forest in Brevard, North Carolina

Sourwood, Oxydendrum arboreum, The small blossoms can be used to make jelly, and the leaves chewed to quench thirst (chewed not swallowed. They’re a laxative.)

Sourwood, Oxydendrum arboreum, The small blossoms can be used to make jelly, and the leaves chewed to quench thirst (chewed not swallowed. They’re a laxative.)

Savannah Honey Company Sourwood Honey. Recently featured on Outblush, this stuff is amazingly good. We went to the shop in Savannah, and they would come up to our local farmers' market in SC. A nice dark honey.

Savannah Honey Company Sourwood Honey. Recently featured on Outblush, this stuff is amazingly good. We went to the shop in Savannah, and they would come up to our local farmers' market in SC. A nice dark honey.

Growing the Sourwood Tree is a challenge that can be overcome by understanding the needs of this beautiful native tree. Sourwood honey is enough reason

Growing the Sourwood Tree is a challenge that can be overcome by understanding the needs of this beautiful native tree. Sourwood honey is enough reason

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