How It’s Made: The gold standard among single-varietal honey, Tupelo is rare and only produced in areas where the White Ogeechee Tupelo tree grows. The trees bloom in spring. Bees forage on their blossoms and produce pure Tupelo honey that has a light golden color, sometimes with a light green hue. People love this unique honey for it’s flavor and the fact that it resists crystallization.
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