Bring home the sweeter side of Williamsburg with this Appalachian Wildflower Honey from the Silverhand Meadery, a local Williamsburg producer of delectable honey-based products. This polyfloral honey is made by bees that collect nectar from many wildflowers in Central Appalachia. Look for earthy flavors including notes of vanilla, burnt caramel, and malt. This delightful blend can be added to your favorite tea, coffee, yogurt, or spread on toast or biscuits. Enjoy the sweetness of supporting local manufacturing too!
- 21 oz jar
- Notes of vanilla, burnt caramel, and malt
- 100% natural
WARNING: Do not feed honey to infants under 12 months old.
Most natural honey will form into sugar. To liquefy place the jar in hot water.
About Silverhand Meadery
Glenn Lavender was first inspired to make mead after reading many books about the ancient beverage while on the road touring with his band. He quickly learned how to ferment honey for the production of the mead and gained a deeper understanding of the process with every batch. In 2012 Glenn and his wife Sherri took home two awards at the Mazer Cup, the largest mead competition in the world. This success gave them the confidence to forge ahead in creating Silverhand Meadery. Founded in 2015 in Williamsburg, Virginia, this local establishment ferments its mead, produces honey, and hosts educational tastings.