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Tupelo Honey and Sriracha Compound Butter

Sriracha has been having a moment lately, earning itself a spot in recipes alongside old mainstays like bacon, chocolate, and the like. On the other hand, Savannah Bee Company’s best-selling Tupelo honey has been a consistent favorite in many dishes for years. I decided to marry the two sensational ingredients into something equally as versatile…

An Update From the Savannah Bee Apiary and Bee Garden

Summer in Savannah is hot. Like seriously hot. The temperature today was 98 degrees today and the heat index was 114 degrees. Our bee garden has a 6-foot tall fence around it that blocks all the wind coming in from the nearby marsh. The air doesn’t flow very well and once you are out there…

Keeping Our Fingers Crossed for Sourwood Honey

Sourwood honey is a wonderful single-varietal honey, typically produced in the southern Appalachian region of the United States. The Sourwood tree blooms in August, so the Sourwood honey harvest comes at the very end of the summer. In fact, Sourwood honey is the second to last honey we bottle each year, the last being our…

Orange Blossom Honey Granola

Granola is such a versatile snack, and so easy to make. So why do we insist on buying it at the grocery store? These thoughts occurred to me this week and I decided that rather than paying for small batch boxes of granola, I’d try making it myself. The result was way easier and faster…

Carrot-Apple Slaw with Acacia Honey Vinaigrette

In the South, summer and coleslaw seem to be synonymous. And while the cookout staple does make for a tasty side dish, it has always seemed a bit lackluster to me. This summer I decided something a little more enticing was in order. That’s when it hit me – not only could I substitute bland…

Savannah Bee Mead Tasting

  Savannah Bee has a mead bar at our flagship store on Broughton Street in downtown Savannah. Mead enthusiasts and the curious may sample mead on site and purchase bottles of mead to enjoy at home. There are several meads to sample, from still to sparkling, semi-sweet to sweet. When we opened the mead bar…

Bee Cause Short Film Wins Emmy!

Below is the first place prize winning film in the Soul Proprietors TV film-making competition for 2014. This short documentary-style film is also the recipient of a 2015 Southeast regional Emmy award! We are all very excited and honored to have been the subject of such a beautiful production piece! In addition, we are all very…

Queen’s Libation Cocktail

This time of year in the South requires one thing of all who venture outdoors: an icy cold beverage. With that in mind, I set out to concoct a seasonal cocktail befitting all warm weather activities. I present to you the Queen’s Libation. I pureed raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries together and made a simple syrup…

The Savannah Bee Mead Bar

A couple of years ago Savannah Bee sought a new kind of alcohol permit, one that had never been issued in the city of Savannah. Eventually, Savannah Bee obtained the new permit and the city’s first mead tasting bar was opened. From opening day the Mead Bar at Savannah Bee was a huge success. In…

Winter White Honey Mustard and Baked Sweet Potato Fries

It’s no secret that sweet and salty is a palate pleasing combination – a pairing I’m frequently inclined to consider when creating honey-inspired dishes. Today I’ve taken honey mustard, a common salty-sweet condiment, and kicked it up a notch. Instead of traditional, liquid honey and yellow mustard, I substituted Savannah Bee Company’s Winter White Honey…

The Warre Hive

A few months ago, a friend directed me towards a website for a company called Bee Thinking. Aside from one of the coolest names I had heard for a honey bee oriented company, I realized that they were as passionate about their work as I feel that Savannah Bee Company is about our work. This…

Heather Honey

Here at Savannah Bee Company we are interested in everything honey and  honey bee. For example, we love to discover rare and precious monofloral  honey varietals. To us in the United States, honey from the heather plant is a rather rare find. To the residents of Scotland, it is common and has a long and interesting…

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