Raw tupelo honey in a 4 oz. hexagon jar. A 4 oz. jar holds 6 oz. of honey - (honey is 1.5 more dense than water and jars are measured on the density of water), so you will get 6 oz. of honey.
Tupelo honey is produced in the southeastern United States. Tupelo trees have clusters of greenish flowers, which later develop into soft, berrylike fruits. In southern Georgia and northwestern Florida, tupelo is a leading honey plant, producing tons of white or extra light amber honey in April and May.
Tupelo honey is a lighter tasting honey with a mild, pleasant flavor. It is also called Swamp Gum or Tupelo Gum. The Tupelo tree has been designated as being on the “Ark of Taste,” those plants and animals that are endangered and that must be protected.
All of our honey is 100% pure U.S. honey - there is no blending or alteration done to any of our honey!