Acacia honey is from the black locust tree, (also called “false” Acacia) native to North America. This tree is also found in Europe, and in this region, it is called Acacia, although the honey does not come from true acacias. In fact, in America, this honey is sometimes labeled Black Locust or American Acacia.
Buckwheat honey is a dark-colored honey that is sweet and delicious, with a distinctive spicy-malt flavor and an aftertaste that is reminiscent of molasses. With a range of vitamins and minerals, as well as polyphenols antioxidants, honey made from buckwheat flowers has many health benefits, too. In fact, this type of honey is now recommended for children under six years of age as a healthier alternative to cough syrup.
Clover honey is honey that has been harvested from bees that have gathered nectar from a majority of clover. For instance, Peace River honey is famous for its clover honey. Clover honey varies in color from very white to extra light amber and has a mild, delicate flavor.
Like any honey, Eucalyptus honey is used for healing wounds, ulcers, burns, cuts, abrasions and sores. It is also effective on insect bites and stings. It is also used to relieve stiff muscles and joint pains, using it for massage, in circular motions.
Leatherwood honey comes from Tasmania and is one of its rarest and finest honey. Leatherwood (Eucryphia lucida) is a tree that grows in the forests of Tasmania’s wild west coast, from the northwest in such places as the Tarkine and through the South West Wilderness.
Manuka honey and regular honey have about the same sugar content, though some reports suggest manuka honey could have a slightly lower glycemic index. Yet overall, manuka can be consumed just like regular honey: added to sweeten tea, spread on toast, drizzled on top of desserts, and more.
Probably the most common monofloral honey in North America, sage honey has a unique taste, smell and color. It is produced from the nectar of a very familiar and famous plant, sage, which is a well-loved and well-used herb, one favorite culinary herbs everywhere and one of the herbs people have easy access to no matter where they are.
Smokin’ Hot Honey, it’s as delicious as it sounds. Pure Raw Honey infused with locally grown North Carolina Applewood Smoked Chipotle Chilies with a dab of Vinegar to create a beautiful Sweet, Smokey, Spicy flavor which is a perfect addition to anything from BBQ to Ice Cream.
Sourwood honey is wildly popular in the Appalachian region. The rich, buttery taste and the health benefits of raw Sourwood Honey combine to make it a local favorite. In fact, we like it so well that we do not have a lot to sell. Most of the Sourwood Honey produced is consumed right here.
Tupelo honey is a high grade honey produced where a water-lover tree grows. It is called tupelo honey, but in fact it comes from only one tree from the many tupelo tree species, Nyssa ogeche, found in a small region in North Western Florida and Southern Georgia.
For this honey we refuse to compromise by using a vanilla extract or paste, we only use the real thing! You'll see the tiny little seeds from the vanilla beans floating in the honey. Delicious on yogurt, oatmeal, mixed into whipped cream or drizzled over fresh strawberries and ice cream.