2 oz. Baby Bear filled with Tupelo Honey only $5 each
4 oz. Hurricane Tupelo Honey Retro Muth Jar only $10 each
8 oz. (1/2 lb. Honey jar filled with Tupelo Honey only $15 each
12 oz. Authentic Tupelo Honey only &20
1 lb. jar filled with Authentic Tupelo Honey only $25 - free Baby Bear
2 lb. jar filled with Authentic Tupelo Honey only $45 - free Hurricane Honey book
3 lb. jar filled with Authentic Tupelo Honey only $60 - free 8 oz. Tupelo honey and Hurricane Honey book
8 oz. (1/2 lb.) jar filled with Authentic Local Wildflower Honey only $8
1 lb. jar filled with Authentic Local Wildflower Honey only $15
2 lb. jar filled with Authentic Local Wildflower Honey only $25
½ lb. Orange Blossom Honey only $8
1 lb. Orange Blossom Honey only $15
2 lb.Orange Blossom Honey only $25
9 oz. Natural Cough Syrup only $15
Beautiful 4 oz. original retro Muth honey jars willed with Tupelo Honey only $10 each
Get a 4 oz. Hurricane Michael Survivor Honey - a signed Hurricane Honey book -and an inspirational postcard... all for only $25
If you need this mailed to you simply add $10 for shipping and handling
Shipping is available if you are not in our local delivery area.
$10 s/h 2lbs or less
$15 s/h over 2lbs
On local deliveries, we accept
For orders that need to be shipped, we accept checks, Venmo, or Paypal
We now have 3 Honor Boxes that allow you to pick up the honey you need, and leave a payment.
Visit these Honor Boxes anytime. There is no good reason to be without honey :-)
This is one of the most asked questions. Some think it comes from Tupelo, Mississippi - nope! That's where Elvis Presley came from. Tupelo Honey comes from the Panhandle of Florida.
Right now, the best way to buy our honey is to call or text Buddy (850-814-0754). You can use our Contact Us page to send us a message directly. Or stop by one of the Honor Boxes and pick up some honey for yourself.
Yes. All our bottles of honey have information labels. Other information can be found on our Good News Honey social media.
The idea behind honey treating allergies is similar to that of a person getting allergy shots. When a person eats local honey, they are thought to be ingesting local pollen. Over time, you may become less sensitive to this pollen and may experience fewer seasonal allergy symptoms (Healthline.com)