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Savannah Bee Company – Part Two, It’s Been a Wild Ride

Part II It’s Been a Wild Ride “Whenever people cross our paths, there is always a message for us. How we respond to these encounters determines whether we’re able to receive the message. If we have a conversation with someone who crosses our path and we do not see a message pertaining to our current…

The Legend of Tupelo Honey

Tupelo honey has been our best-selling honey variety from the day we opened our doors over 15 years ago. In large part, Savannah Bee is a company and a brand that owes its success to the legendary reputation of Tupelo honey. Although Tupelo honey does have some powerful rivals within our product-line like Sourwood honey, Raw…

A New Hive for Charleston

As many of you have already found out, Savannah Bee’s Charleston location has recently changed! Now on the corner of King and Wentworth, the store is pretty hard to miss. The warm glow of our honey beams through the big windows, our mead bar at the center of our store is flowing with gorgeous glass…

The Buzz About Urban Beekeeping

Just yesterday I bought these gorgeous sunflowers to plant in my home garden near my beehive.  As I began pulling apart the soil, I was alarmed to find a tiny little note tucked deep in the pot that read, ‘these sunflowers have been treated with neonicotinoids!” For those who don’t know, that long word means…

The Top Bar Hive: New to the Bee Garden!

Did you know that Savannah Bee maintains an employee run apiary at our showroom and production facility on Wilmington Island just east of Savannah GA? We call it the Bee Garden. We use our little apiary to teach new employees the art of beekeeping. In addition, our customers can take tours of this facility to…

Unique Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

Savannah Bee has the perfect Mother’s Day gift for the Queen of your hive! Pair any of our wonderful, hive inspired products with a bouquet of wildflowers to show your mom just how much she means to you. Here are a few honeybee inspired suggestions to get you started on your search for the perfect…

The Savannah Bee Retail Store Experience

At the heart of Savannah Bee Company is Ted Dennard, the owner and founder, and his drive to educate all about the wonders of the honeybees and all they provide for us and their ecosystem. You can feel that knowledge pouring out when you visit any one of our retail stores scattered across the southeast….

The Savannah Bee Company – Part One, In the Beginning

“It is a fantastic place filled with treasures, pleasures, and dreams. This place where your wispy life’s aspirations live before you make them incarnate. They reside over the horizon, and you have to believe in them so much so that you will risk everything to find them and set foot on their shore.” -Ted Dennard…

Savannah Bee Royal Jelly and Propolis Shampoo and Conditioner: Staff Review

Who’s not a morning person? This girl, definitely! But, luckily, when I start my day with a quick rinse in the shower with Savannah Bee Honey and Royal Jelly Shampoo and the Honey and Propolis Conditioner, I am much more alert and I seem to wake up faster. The combinations of lemongrass and spearmint essential…

Savannah Bee International Honey

Savannah Bee has always been known for the very best Tupelo honey. Our company was built on this fantastic, one of a kind southern delicacy. As our company grew, we were able to obtain some of the most outstanding honey varieties produced in the southeastern United States including Sourwood honey, Orange Blossom honey, and Palmetto…

Beekeeping on the Cheaps!

How do you start a beehive? How much does it cost? When is the right time? These are all valid questions that we get all the time at Savannah Bee Company. I had similar questions when I started keeping bees a few years ago. At that time, I felt like I was on the outside…

Beehives Through History: Infograph

Follow the evolution of the beehive through human history from ancient Egypt to modern day production beehives. Here at Savannah Bee we are currently using Langstroth, Warre, and Top-bar hives in our educational bee garden. Stop by and check them out next time you are in town!