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Acacia Honey

Acacia Honey Mini Pair, Two 3oz. jars Qty
Acacia Honey 12oz. Qty
Acacia Honey 12oz. Plus Pump Qty
Acacia Honey 20oz. Qty
Acacia Honey 80oz.

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  • Product Details

    Our premium Acacia Honey hails from the glorious Piedmont region of Northern Italy. The clean, light vanilla taste is perfection on the palate. This single-varietal gem is made from the delicate blossoms of the Acacia tree. One taste of this fine honey, and you will be an Acacia lover forever! This is honey perfection. Acacia Honey is very rare and dependent on a variety of climatic conditions. As always, our supply is limited and will not last very long. Sometimes folks refer to Acacia honey as Moonflower honey or Water honey,

    Are you looking for the perfect gift? Give the Acacia Honey Flute Classic elegant and sweet!

  • Recipes

    Arugula Salad with Honey-Herb Dressing Courtsey of the National Honey Board Acacia Honey Dried Apricots Courtsey of Jess Brannen Carrot Apple Slaw with Acacia Honey Vinaigrette Courtesy of Jess Branned Healthy Acacia Honey Truffles Courtesy of Jess Brannen

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Pure joy

This is the most delicious honey you will ever eat. We bought a jar with the honeycomb and are so enjoying it. Plan on getting a BIGGER one.

5 out of 5 Stars

Chela Espinosa

Deliciousness in a jar

Had my first taste of Acacia honey in Paris and now I am absolutely hooked! Will not have any other kind. Light and delicious!

5 out of 5 Stars


Made it a week without ordering more.

Savannah Bee Company came to my attention by accident really, my aunt had purchased some body products for my grandmother and that's how the addiction started. Last week, we came down to Hilton Head and made a trip to Savannah just for Savannah Bee. I wanted my kids to see about the honey, but for more selfish reasons I wanted to go on a shopping spree! I was like a kid in a candy store, until I was waiting for my kids to get done in the "beehive" so we could check out. Then I spotted it, the sample of Honey Roasted Coffee, mixed with Acacia Honey. It was so yummy I had to get some of both, the coffee and the honey. I made the terrible mistake of only purchasing the 3 oz jar. In all honesty, i've never even purchased actual honey before. I made the 30 minute drive back to Hilton Head before I cracked open that bad boy! That was my second mistake. I started eating it with a spoon, and I can't stop. I'm sure there aren't major health risks to eating 3 oz of honey in a week, I hope not anyways, because I just ordered the 20 oz bottle. By my calculations and further reading on "Honey Addiction", I think I should be able to taper down and make this bottle last 6 weeks. All in all, this honey is AMAZING, but you have been warned, this is a gateway honey..

5 out of 5 Stars

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  • Region

    Piedmont region of Nothern Italy
  • Tasting Notes

    Acacia honey is our most delicate honey. This honey has a low acid content and is very light in color. Acacia honey is best eaten raw so that delicate vanilla tones can be detected. Acacia honey has a high fructose content so it resists crystallization and remains liquid for years.

  • Pairings

    Brush on warm pastries or fresh bread for an added delicate sweetness.
  • Did You Know?

    • Acacia honey is actually produced from the nectar of the "False Acacia" tree flower. False Acacia is commonly referred to as the Black Locust tree. This tree has been widely planted all across Europe, especially in Eastern European countries.
    • The Black Locust tree is actually native to North America.
    • Acacia honey is known for its great clarity and light color.
    • Acacia honey is also known as Moon Honey and Water Honey
    • Acacia honey is known for its subtle vanilla flavor hints.
    • Acacia honey has a high fructose to glucose ratio and will resist the tendency to crystalize.
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