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National Hot Toddy Day!

Each year on January 11th, we celebrate National Hot Toddy Day! A hot toddy is an alcoholic beverage typically including some variation of dark rum, bourbon, or brandy, fresh lemon or orange juice, ginger ale, cinnamon, cloves, honey, black tea, and hot water. Historical evidence of the “hot toddy” as a wintertime libation dates back…

Honeybee Populations

Recently, I was working at a trade show in Secaucus NJ. Without exaggeration, I would say that one in every three people I spoke with asked me about honeybee populations. It is likely that you have heard that honeybee populations are declining and you probably have heard some of the many reasons behind the decline…

Get Off To A Healthy Start This Year!

As the calendar advances to a new year, we all have the opportunity to make a fresh start. Sometimes these changes come in the form of resolution that includes abstaining from a negative condition like overindulgence while other times change comes in the form of healthy additions. Personally, I am a fan of healthy additions. Healthy…

Lavender Honey Apple Crisp

As you probably know, Savannah Bee goes to great lengths to procure the purest and very best honey in the world. Last year we introduced two new monofloral honey varieties into our collection, Rosemary honey and Lavender honey. Both are harvested from remote, pristine regions in southern Spain. Our Rosemary and Lavender honey are both fantastic…

Tupelo Honey Pumpkin Custard

Tupelo Honey Pumpkin Custard – It’s that time of year again when cooking with pumpkins becomes very fashionable. This year we have a great holiday pumpkin recipe that is not only delicious but super simple to prepare. It’s the Savannah Bee Tupelo Honey Pumpkin Custard. This great dessert recipe comes to you directly from video…

Great Artisan Gifts – Bee Unique This Year!

Everybody knows Savannah Bee sells the very best monofloral and wildflower honey varieties and incredible honeybee inspired body care products. But, you may not know that Savannah Bee has a wide variety of great artisan gifts. Below is a sample of unique, some one-of-a-kind, artisan gift products that we carry online and in our Savannah…

New Body Balm, Shampoo and Conditioner

Recently we released three great new Savannah Bee body care products. We added a fantastic pair to our existing shampoo and conditioner line. The new Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner features our signature Tupelo Blossom scent. In addition to the new shampoo and conditioner, we have also introduced a new Honey and Beeswax Body Balm. This…

Orange Blossom Honey Sweet Potatoes

Savannah Bee Orange Blossom Honey Sweet Potatoes It’s the perfect time of year for sweet potatoes and Savannah Bee Orange Blossom Honey is the perfect addition to this traditional dish. This great recipe was developed just for Savannah Bee by video food blogger Maggie Raymond. You can follow Maggie’s work on her great honey recipe…

New This Fall And A Sneak Peek

Autumn is a season of change in the life cycle of the honeybee and the organization of the colony. The energy shifts from full throttle honey production to scaling back hive activities and nectar collection so that the colony can begin preparing for the upcoming winter months. Similarly, activities around Savannah Bee change during the…

All The Pretty Beehives

Why in the world would anyone want to paint their beehive? That’s a valid question and there are several valid answers. The first and most pragmatic answer is that paint will help preserve the wood of your beehive. Painting a hive will help it stand up to the harsh elements of rain and snow if…

Tupelo Honey Date Walnut Bites

Did you know that honey is a very versatile sweetener? You probably already know that honey is a great substitute for refined sugar in coffee and tea, but did you know that honey is also perfect for baking, marinades, and all types of sauces? The following recipe is a no-bake delight that will supply you with…

Top 10 Ways You Can Save The Bees

You may remember the unfortunate die-off of millions of honeybees last month in South Carolina. Beekeepers saw their colonies rapidly fall after the widespread aerial spraying of the insecticide naled. This treatment was designed to kill mosquitoes known to carry the Zika virus. Since this happened, our customers have voiced their concern both in our stores…