Gallberry Honey is the most unique honey we've ever tried. It has a strong herbaceous flavor and it is delicious on cheese, scones, in cocktails and salad dressings.
This rare single source honey is in the Slow Food Ark of Taste and it is only produced a few weeks each year. Gallberry honey comes from a small evergreen holly bush (also known as inkberry) that grows along the South Atlantic and Gulf coast of the United States. As with any pure, single-varietal honey, producing gallberry honey requires patience and the skills of a practiced beekeeper because the bees must not be allowed to harvest nectar from any other flowering plant.
Hani Honey strives to provide education about honey bees and to give back by providing talks, lectures, and mentoring to and for anyone we can reach.