Tupelo is amongst the rarest and finest honeys in the world. It is produced during a brief, but intense, 2 week bloom of the White (Ogeechee) Tupelo Trees which grow profusely along the Chipola and Apalachicola rivers of northwest Florida. Real Tupelo honey is a light golden amber color with a greenish cast and will not crystallize due to its high fructose, low glucose ration. Tupelo's unique flavor is delicate, distinctive, clean finishing and delicious.
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