Gallberry Honey

Gallberry honey is a distinct variety of honey produced primarily from the nectar of gallberry (Ilex glabra) blossoms. Gallberry is a type of holly plant native to the southeastern United States, particularly prevalent in areas such as Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. This honey has a unique flavor profile characterized by its deep amber color and robust, slightly tangy taste. It often exhibits notes of molasses, caramel, and earthy undertones, with a hint of bitterness.

Gallberry honey is highly valued as a regional specialty in the southeastern U.S., where gallberry shrubs thrive in wetland areas like bogs and swamps. The honey produced from gallberry blossoms reflects the distinctive terroir of these environments.

Overall, gallberry honey is a treasured specialty honey with a robust flavor profile and potential health benefits. Whether used in cooking, baking, or enjoyed on its own, galberry honey offers a taste of the southeastern U.S. and celebrates the natural diversity of honey produced from native floral sources.

Honey from the Gallberry bush native to Northern Florida. It has a great floral flavor.

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