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Savannah Bee Honey

In today’s world it seems that trust in food has been lost and for many good reasons. As the saying goes, “you trust your mother but you still cut the cards”. And that is the approach that we take here at Savannah Bee Company. In the beginning I worked my hives, produced all the honey…

Savannah Bee Honey Oatmeal Holiday Cookies

  What You Will Need ¾ cup –  Savannah Bee Wildflower honey ¼ cup – sugar, light brown ¾ cup – butter 2 – eggs 1 teaspoon – vanilla extract 1 cup – all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon – baking soda 1 ½ teaspoon – salt 2/3 cup – rolled oats ½ cup – chopped walnuts…

Mead Series, Introduction to Mead, History Part Two

The history of mead is quite long. Seeing as how it’s origins are some twenty to forty thousand years ago I just skimmed the surface in my first post. Mead making was popular amongst the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and many European peoples so there is much to tell. As I described in my earlier post…

Wildflower Honey: A Story Told By a Thousand Whispering Flowers

I have had quite a few people tell me that when they walk into a Savannah Bee Company store they are amazed. To most people, honey is honey. There is one type and you just buy the brand that is the better deal. Once they come into one of our stores, however, that all changes….

Training? Grab a Couple of Honey Straws!

This summer I thought about what I wanted to get accomplished for the upcoming fall and winter seasons and one of my bucket list ideas was to run a half marathon. So, I put my thoughts and words into action and signed up for the Savannah Rock N’ Roll half marathon here in downtown Savannah…

SmartWomen Love Savannah Bee!

Last week was an exciting week because Savannah Bee Company was asked to be a vendor at the 12th Annual SmartWomen Expo and Luncheon at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center in downtown Savannah. The SmartWomen Luncheon and Expo is the annual fundraiser for St. Joseph’s/Chandler’s Mary Telfair Women’s Hospital, with the goal of…

Why You Should Try Honey and Cinnamon

The weather is getting cooler, there’s the feel of fall in the air, and if you’re like me and you live in Charleston, SC it’s been raining for what seems like forever. In other words, now is a great time to be boosting your immune system. A not-so-new craze has recently come to my attention…

Mead Series: Introduction to Mead, Part One: History

This is the first in a series of posts on mead. The first discussion of mead will answer basic questions – what is mead? Where did it come from? In future posts I will go into the different styles, traditions, and present day interpretations. First, what is mead exactly? According to one viewpoint it is…

The Honey Bee Is The Glue That Holds It All Together

Working with honey bees gives you the unique opportunity to look inside a complex system of interactions. Some scientists classify a colony of social insects as a “superorganism.” This is because the members of the colony act with singular purpose. All of the activities of the individual are executed for the benefit of the colony….

Soulful, Cheerful, and Hopeful Lip Balm Tins!

One of the long-forgotten standby products of Savannah Bee Company is back – the Lip Balm Tins! Our product developers rediscovered this little treasure while flipping through the owner and founder of Savannah Bee company, Ted Dennard’s, original body care anthology. The tins have been updated with a fresh new design for each of the…

Acacia Honey

One of the reasons our stores are so popular with visitors to Savannah is our honey tasting bar. When you visit a Savannah Bee store you can sample all of our fantastic honey varieties while one of our honey educators provides information about each of the honeys origin, historical tidbits, and subtle flavor notes. It…

Honey – A Delicate Crop That Begins with Nectar

I love to go to the farmers’ market. I really like the idea of buying my favorite fruits and veggies directly from the farmers. It is so much fun making tomato pie and feasting on strawberries, blackberries, and watermelon during summer months. I enjoy making stews using winter squash and root vegetables as we move…

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