This unique honey comes from the blossoms of the cotton plant. When they first appear, cotton blossoms are pure white or creamy. Over the next few days, the blossom turns pink and then red before drying up and dropping off within a week. A cotton boll takes the place of the flower, eventually cracking open to reveal the tufts of while cotton on the inside.
This honey comes from the red earth cotton fields of Southern Georgia, not too far from the Florida state line.
The honey is fairly sweet, with a faintly spicy afterthought. After a few samples, you should notice a slight tingle at the back of your throat - like a very mild chili. Quite interesting actually.
This South Georgia specialty is awesome with cheeses or simply on a biscuit. It has a great little twang at the finish.