Comments for Honey Traveler Everything in the world about honey Wed, 26 Nov 2014 18:11:38 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on Tupelo Honey by Jan Filbeck Wed, 26 Nov 2014 18:11:38 +0000 Tupelo honey is so mild that it’s the only kind that doesn’t choke me from the sweetness! I buy mine from a neighborhood produce vender here in Tallahassee, FL, a 90 year young gentleman named “Hoot” Gibson. His honey comes from Stinger Honey Co. in Sopchoppy, FL. The 2# jars cost $20 because, according to Hoot, the Tupelo flower yield was greatly decreased by the weather last spring. I don’t endorse any products – this is just the only Tupelo honey I’ve ever bought. Thank you for your informative article. I’m sending it to my son along with other ingredients to make my famous oatmeal cookies!

Comment on Honey Buyers Guide by francesco Wed, 29 Oct 2014 16:26:25 +0000 Hello, i got a bee farm in Sardinia (Italy) we have like 4.000 beehive, i want give you a notice, are available a particular kind of honey who are like the”forest honey” but are producing just with tree secretions, without the help of aphids.

Comment on Honey Traveler by Helen Sun, 05 Oct 2014 22:13:51 +0000 Hi there, here’s a short video on my bees–preparing for winter here in Denver! Enjoy!

Helen Hastings

Comment on Strawberry Tree Honey by francesco Tue, 26 Aug 2014 18:26:04 +0000 We can supply Bitter organic honey of strawberry tree by Sardinia, you can visit our site and asking our questions.


Comment on Manuka Honey by john Wed, 30 Jul 2014 20:49:40 +0000 Hi

Were can I buy manuka honey carrying the molan gold standard sign please



Comment on France Honey by Scott Fri, 25 Jul 2014 18:00:42 +0000 Hi Louise:

I haven’t heard, nor can find any reference to the brand, “Fleurs de France” for honey. You might try this french wholesalers site to post a request, Espaceagro (translated from French to English). I understand it may be tricky using Google Translate to communicate, but it might be worth a try.

Here is a beekeepers forum called Apiservices with many beekeepers selling honey. Again in English translated from French. You might also find other brands that are more easily obtained in the USA.

Also you might try Saveur du Jour, an importer of honey from France,

Hopefully you will find a good lead for some delicious lavender honey from France. I also recommend thyme honey from France… heavenly!


Comment on France Honey by Louise Beattie Fri, 25 Jul 2014 17:07:59 +0000 Can you tell me where I may find a distributor for Fleurs de France honey? I would llprefer one near San Francisco, CA Thank you! Louise Beattie

Comment on France Honey by Louise Beattie Fri, 25 Jul 2014 17:06:23 +0000 I am looking for a source for Fleurs de France honey which I was last able to find in 2012. The company carried lavender, mountain flower and another type of honey. The wholesaler was not able to get it last year and does not carry it this year. Can you tell me who does? I would like to order a few cases of Lavender Honey, depending on the price. Thank you for your help! Louise Beattie

Comment on France Honey by Paul Wed, 23 Jul 2014 22:54:38 +0000 Hi,
I have a small import/export business in Hong Kong,
I’m looking for someone that can supply me honey produced in France,
It must be of good quality and they need to be able to supply it on a monthly basis year round,
We can use there own label or if we can find a producer that can put our label on it,
Any here would be great!
Regards Paul

Comment on Tupelo Honey by Carl McCaskey Wed, 23 Jul 2014 20:38:59 +0000 Speaking of the movie “Ulee’s Gold”, they hired L.L. Lanier from Wewahitchka, FL as consultant. I see some asking where to order so try

That’s the Lanier honey website.

Also if you’re ever in Apalachicola, FL you’ll find Tupelo honey all over the place. My favorite is found at Retsyo, Inc. on Market Street (“retsyo” is “oyster” spelled backwards). The owner there has a wealth of knowledge he’s more than willing to share concerning Tupelo honey.

Finally, if you want the epitomé of Tupelo honey the you need to come to Wewahitchka, FL in May for the Tupelo Honey Festival. The website is: