Cal's Honey, Tupelo, 22-Ounce Squeeze Bottle (Pack of 3)
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|Package Weight||4.55 Pounds|
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- Pack of three, 22-ounce bottles(total of 66-ounces)
- Completely pure honey
- Produced in U.S.A.
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More facts: Tupelos are valued as honey plants in the southeastern United States, particularly in the Gulf Coast region. They produce a very light, mild-tasting honey. In northern Florida, beekeepers keep beehives along the river swamps on platforms or floats during tupelo bloom to produce certified tupelo honey, which commands a high price on the market because of its flavor. Monofloral honey made from the nectar of the Ogeechee Tupelo has such a high ratio of fructose to glucose that it does not crystallize.
The Apalachicola River in the Florida Panhandle is the center for tupelo honey. The honey is produced wherever tupelo trees (three species) bloom in southeastern USA, but the purest and most expensive version (which is certified by pollen analysis) is produced in this Florida valley.
This is NOT real Tupelo honey! In fact I doubt if its pure/real honey at all. It crystallizes QUICKLY, much faster than the cheap-o store brands, spring blossom or even clover. Tupelo honey should NEVER EVER crystallize, hence the high price. With this product your paying a premium price for a extremely poor quality honey. I'm also willing to bet they use HFCS as a "food" for the bee's. If you want REAL Tupelo honey look elsewhere. Do NOT purchase this product if you enjoy real/raw/quality honey!
I will be contacting Amazon.com to see if there is any recourse for this purchase. Amazon has the BEST customer service, and will continue to do 99% of my shopping on the site.
Amazon has refused to take it back but I have written to them to try and find a solution.
This is the second major problem I have add with Amazon in the past few days and you can check my review on the Casio Men's AMW 320D watch (they actually sent me the 320R, even though the box said 320D!!!, which went bad shortly after I received it). They refused to help me here as well, even though it was their fault, and I may not be able to get the repair(s) done under the warranty because the Model numbers don't match on the receipt....again, their fault.
Will let you know what happens. I will not deal with a company I cannot trust and is not fair.
UPDATE 02/09/2011: I am pleased to say that Amazon gave me a full refund for the honey order and apologized for the misleading information. They still could not accept a return of the honey because of health issues so I will dispose of it as best I can, but in no way eat it myself.
They also agreed to replace the Casio watch if Casio refused to repair it under the warranty.
They bent their rules to reach a fair settlement and that should be greatly admired.
There's never any waste with this type of honey, as it simply doesn't crystalize. It tastes
great, with just a faint hint of lemon.
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