Alapaha Honey is a Delight From the Dark Waters of Georgia

Updated: Jun 19

Our newest honey is sourced from the beautiful banks of the mysterious Alapaha River in South Georgia. This caramel colored river often drops out of sight by going underground during the dry season as seen below- and leaving beaches of white sand dunes.



The Tupelo trees and wildflowers along the bank together form a wonderful honey unlike any other. The plants are nourished by the rich waters below, as it slowly passes under the majestic tree canopies. Serene and quiet, this river is a destination for local outdoor adventurers.


Try Alapaha Honey Today! Just like the river itself, it might disappear!



This pure honey contains a Natural Blend of Tupelo and Wildflower. The smooth taste is a one-of-a-kind delight found only in Weeks American Alapaha Honey. Due to reduced habitat this honey is a very limited variety. We only bottled 300 in this initial production. We hope to provide more if the demand merits it.


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Packaged by hand in a 22 ounce mason style jar and securely sealed until you open. All-American, Kosher and Gluten Free for your healthy lifestyle.

  • Natural Raw Honey

  • Not Pasteurized

  • No Additives

NUTRITION FACTS: Serving size 1 tsp (21G) Servings 30 AMOUNT PER SERVING: Calories: 60, Total Fat: 0% (0% DV), Sugars; 17g, (34% DV) Protein; 0g (0% DV). *Percentage Daily Values Based on a 2,000 Calorie Diet.



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