Gallberry, also known as inkberry, and sometimes referred to as “Florida Holly Honey”, is another prized and increasingly rare honey in the Southeast United States, due to wetland over development and tree farming. Gallberry is unique and recognized for its high pollen, fructose, and diastase enzyme content, contributing to its quality to remain liquid and it’s excellent reputation for both flavor and health. Baking with this Honey is a real treat. Try it in a honey cake, you won’t bee disappointed. It is a game changer as an ingredient in a glaze for fish, poultry, or other game. Try making a concentrate of hibiscus tea, and use gallberry honey to sweeten to taste, and top off with seltzer, club, or sparkling water to bring a smile to your face. Gallberry Honey is on the Ark of Taste with Slow Food USA. The Ark is composed of foods that have a long tradition of use and are revered but are affected by things like land development, alternative crops, pesticide use, and so much more.
2 oz. Glass Jar