As the most sought-after Honey in the Southern United States, its extra light golden color and distinctively delicate flavor cannot be mistaken. The Sourwood Tree, also called Lily of the Valley Tree, blooms in midsummer in the Mountains of North Georgia. With its caramel flavor and hints of buttery maple, it goes great on homemade biscuits, or for the tea lover it is great in an exotic Oolong or delicate White Tea. The completely edible honeycomb in the bottle makes a GREAT addition to a cheese plate. A small slice of honeycomb on top of a piece of cheese is simply THE BEST! Fun fact: the Sourwood Tree (Oxydendrum arboreum) is a member of the heather family, which is why people from Ireland say it resembles Irish honey!