Sourwood trees blossom late in June through August and need generous sunshine and rain to produce enough flowers to yield a honey crop, so this Southern Appalachian favorite is only available in "vintage" years. When harvested, Sourwood honey has beautiful lavender hues that slowly darken to a dusky straw color as it ages. This award-winning honey is big and complex with hints of maple and spice. Sourwood Honey boasts huge flavor and it's bright enough for basting grilled chicken or pork tenderloin. For a real Southern treat, drizzle some warm Sourwood Honey on a big ol' stack of flapjacks! KSA Kosher Certified.