Our Sourwood Honey Featured in Atlas Obscura

Our Sourwood Honey Featured in Atlas Obscura

We are thrilled Atlas Obscura decided to tell the story of our rare and truly delicious sourwood honey. Here's an excerpt interviewing ABC's Head Beekeeper and Educator, Mark Lilly:

Over in West Virginia, Mark Lilly has been gathering sourwood for more than 25 years. Lilly is the head beekeeper of the Appalachian Beekeeping Collective, a non-profit founded to encourage Appalachian residents to take up beekeeping, particularly with sourwood, as a way to boost the local economy. “Sourwood only grows in a small geographical area, making it highly prized,” he says. “Often, its demand outweighs the supply.”

Read the full article, and learn more about delicious Appalachian sourwood honey here.