Win this award winning Tupelo Honey Flute from Savannah Bee
Tupelo is referred "Southern Gold", the "gold standard" by which all other honeys are measured. Harvested over two or three weeks in the early spring, Tupelo nectar is one of the rarest and most valuable liquid resources in the world. . . a thick, slow-moving river of liquid sunshine. It is a pure honey that will never crystallize, and has a lovely, mild flavor for everyday use. The Tupelo Honey Flute was awarded a gold medal at the 2011 Fancy Food Show.
A note about Savannah Bee Honey from Savannah Bee:
"Our honey is the highest quality, raw, and hand selected to bee the best. Honeybees visit one single varietal of flower until the nectar source is depleted. By nature the honeybees collect honey mono-florally. We preserve the unique flavor and texture by never mixing or blending its purity. The honeybees visit 1.5 million flowers to gather the nectar to make this one jar of honey. All honeys are rare and dependent on a variety of climatic conditions. Instantly upgrade any appetizer cheese tray, or try a slice of aged artisan cheddar with honey and sliced apple as an alternative to dessert.
Wishing KosherEye readers A Honey of a New Year from Savannah Bee!
Enter to win by telling us your favorite way to use honey:
- I will use Tupelo honey to drizzle on my Sukkot challah
- I plan to use my Tupelo honey to top vanilla ice cream
Random Giveaway drawing ended midnight, September 8th. The lucky winner is Allen Ross, Smithfield, RI.
Giveaway limited to continental U.S. only. If not living in continental U.S, you can still enter and, if selected, "gift" your prize to a continental U.S. friend or relative. Once notified, the winner must respond within 48 hours or the prize will be awarded to the runner-up.
The honey will be shipped the week of September 9th. Can't wait to see if you win this sweet prize? You can order honey to arrive in time for Rosh Hashanah by clicking: Savannah Bee Company.
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