Tupelo honey from the Florida Panhandle is a light honey with a slight greenish cast. It has a delicate flavor with a slight cinnamon aftertaste. Typically, Tupelo honey does not granulate and remains in a liquid state. You may also know this honey as ‘Eulee’s Gold’ from the movie with Peter Fonda! This honey is a Florida favorite that is quickly vanishing as the vast fields of tupelo trees become housing developments. Without the wild lands where the tupelo trees grow, the bees can’t make this rare specialty! Click here to learn more about how tupelo honey is made. Our tupelo honey meets all of the requirements for kosher.
Winter Park Honey
Winter Park Honey is a family owned honey company established in 2006. We named the company after our first farmer’s market, the Winter Park Farmer’s Market in Winter Park, Florida. In 2006, we started selling our honey at the market just for fun. The honey turned out to be a huge hit and sales quickly grew nationwide, then worldwide. Click here to learn more about Winter Park Honey and listen to the owners discuss their honey. We typically win first place in honey taste contests. All of our honey is pure, raw, unfiltered and unprocessed. We will never add a lesser grade honey to increase the volume of our top quality products!
From Solid to Liquid
All honey will eventually granulate. Tupelo honey is one honey that tends to stay in liquid form for a very long time. I’ve actually never seen a bottle of our tupelo honey get solid. Even though it may get solid eventually, its expiration date isn’t for at least a million years! We could heat the honey, which will force it to stay in liquid form longer. However, this would reduce its medicinal benefits and its expiration date. We prefer to sell it raw and unfiltered. So, if it granulates, just dig the honey out with a knife, dip it into a warm beverage/food, stir and enjoy the wonderful healing results.