Gallberry honey is produced from the pollination of small evergreen holly bushes also known as inkberries. It is native to coastal plains, spanning from Nova Scotia down to Florida and across to Louisiana, where it is most commonly found in sandy woods and along the outer edges of swamps and bogs. With its wine-like qualities resulting in a rich and elegant sweetness, high in pollen and anti-viral properties, Gallberry honey is prized for its medicinal benefits and preventative attributes against allergies.
Taste: A rich and elegant flavor with floral aromatics and a subtle bitter finish.
Texture: Pleasant, polished and refined.
Color: Ranges from a light red to a golden red amber in color.
Nutrition and health benefits of honey include antibacterial and antifungal properties, vitamins and enzymes, and antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits. These beneficial qualities are destroyed when honey is heated.
HOW TO ENJOY:
In tea, coffee, on top of baked goods, as an ingredient, as a spread
Available in 1lb glass jar or 12oz plastic bottle
Raw unfiltered honey
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Don’t Feed to infants under one year.