Containing 5 endangered varietals recognized in the Slow Food Ark of Taste, this extraordinary honey flight gives you an opportunity to compare each delectable varietal side by side for the first time ever. More than just a collection of honey, this is a one of a kind experience. Eco Friendly packaging includes a digital guidebook for your tasting, tasting notes, a honey flavor wheel from UC Davis, a honey dipper and seeds to plant your own pollinator garden.
With diminishing habitats and shrinking honeybee populations these endangered monofloral honeys are threatened with extinction. Your purchase helps support local beekeepers striving to save them for future generations.
This distinctive buttery, floral honey is produced exclusively in the swamplands along the Apalachicola and Ochlockonee rivers in Florida. The trees bloom for just 2-3 weeks each year making this highly prized honey difficult to obtain in a pure form.
Gallberry honey is harvested from a wild evergreen holly bush found only in the rapidly shrinking forests of southern Florida and northern Georgia. It has a sublime herbaceous flavor that makes it a favorite of chefs.
Sourwood honey in its pure form is incredibly rare. Producing this highly sought after honey requires an expert beekeeper with keen timing to manage the very short bloom time of the Sourwood tree. Honey connoisseurs clamor for it's distinctive flavor.
Rare, certified organic Kiawe Honey is gathered from an isolated Kiawe forest on the island of Hawaii. Pure Kiawe Honey rapidly and naturally crystallizes into an exceptionally creamy texture, creating a pearly white honey with a unique, delicate tropical flavor unlike anything you have ever tasted.
The sacred Ohi’a Lehua blossom that thrives in the rain forests of the Mauna Loa on The Big Island produces a smooth, white honey that is thick and creamy. It’s unique texture is creamy yet slightly crystallized. The flavor is sweet, but not overpowering. The taste could be described as floral with undertones of salted caramel.