Bee Wild Honey Is
Mentioned in Bakepedia
This Wildflower honey from Georgia’s Bee Wild has a distinct black licorice taste that took many of us by sweet surprise (we love it). Their Gallberry honey was a new variety for us and many testers thought it was “less sweet”, which lends itself to some great savory applications or try it in our Salted Bourbon Honey Caramel Sauce. We also really appreciate their truly drip proof bottles. You can literally squeeze out one drop with no mess or residue on the bottle. You have to taste to see what you like. Tasting such two different honeys side-by-side is a terrific learning experience and we highly recommend you conduct one yourself.
Bakepedia Honey Recipes
These are the recipes that Ms. Wilson mentioned in Bakepedia that would benefit from the robust flavor of our gallberry honey:
This recipe has a touch of honey in it, and again gallberry would be a good choice:
Thank You to Bakepedia and DeDeWilson
We would like to thank Bakepedia and DeDe Wilson for tasting our products and including them in their blog about Honey Tips and Tricks.