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Sourwood Honey by Savannah Bee Co.
Sourwood trees blossom late in June through August and need generous sunshine and rain to produce enough flowers to yield a honey crop, so the honey is only available in 'vintage' years. 2011 has proven to be a banner year for this Southern Appalachian favorite. Sourwood trees are also called "Lily of the Valley Trees" because of their blossom's similar appearance. This award winning honey is big and complex with hints of maple and spice. Although this year's Sourwood Honey boasts huge flavor it's bright enough for basting grilled chicken or pork tenderloin. For a real southern treat drizzle some warm Sourwood Honey on a big ol' stack of flapjacks!
No honey should be fed to infants 12 months or younger.