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Raw Honey• Wildflower Honey of the Appalachian Mountains | 4 Sizes to Pick From

Raw Honey• Wildflower Honey of the Appalachian Mountains | 4 Sizes to Pick From

Regular price $8.95 USD
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Wildflower Honey by nature, this honey is raw & unfiltered.  The Appalachia wildflower profile included in this small batch includes classic clover, local wildflowers & all the summer wild berry bushes including elderberry, raspberry, blackberry, blueberry, & even cranberry from the local bogs. 

Size options

  • 2oz Jar  •the TASTER• 
  • 5oz Tube  •the BEGINNER• 
  • 16oz Jar •the ENTHUSIAST• 
  • 48oz Jar •the EXPERT• 

 Good to know

  • Certified Tennessee Beekeepers
  • Bee apiary of 20+ hives surrounded by the Cherokee National Forrest
  • Cruelty Free
  • Pesticide Free 
  • Honey may help with acne, sunburn, dry skin & rashes
  • Honey pairs well with tea, coffee, smoothies, warm biscuits and so much more! 


When does my order ship?

We ship your order on the NEXT business day! Please note: business days are Monday-Friday and non-holiday days. We always do our best to ship your order as soon as possible.


Shipping is free for orders over $25. Orders under $25 will have a $5 shipping charge.Your package will be shipped Priority Mail through USPS -OR - UPS Ground with a tracking number.


Typical delivery time is 2-3 business days, but delivery time is not guaranteed unless you purchased the Express Mail option (shipping upgrades are available at checkout). Shipping delays are possible and are out of our control.


We recommend using the tracking link that you will receive via email for your package. Please contact your local USPS- or- UPS team in the delivery ZIP code for assistance and GPS tracking help if delivery concern occurs.

Appalachia Wildflower Honey: 100% Raw Honey

Pure Mountain honey with care by certified Tennessee Beekeepers. No pesticides. Our apiary is 100% surrounded by the Cherokee National Forrest and fresh water streams, for the bees to forage in.

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