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Honey Nut Energy Bars

Now that spring is finally in the air, it’s time to get out and enjoy some sunshine. These Honey Nut Energy Bars are the perfect addition to your next excursion or adventure. The recipe provided below is just a basic energy bar framework. Please experiment with fruit, nut, and seed substitutions. The honey in this…

Celebrating a New Honey Season

The bee is more honoured than other animals, not because she labors, but because she labours for others.” -St John Chrysostom – the Archbishop of Constantinople March is the time for celebrating a new honey season. At Savannah Bee, we begin thinking about all the great honeys that will be produced during this season. How will…

March Madness BOGO Honey Body Wash: 3/9/15

In a continuing celebration of spring, purchase a 8oz Honey Body Wash (Lemongrass Spearmint, Tupelo, or Wild Blackberry) and receive one absolutely free. This special BOGO Flash Sale will last one day, Monday, March 9th, 2015. Our March Madness Honey Body Wash Flash Sale will end at midnight Monday PST (3am on the East Coast)….

Turn the Page on Winter

In Savannah GA we love the month of March for so many different reasons. We love the cool rain and fog at the beginning of the month. We love receiving our new bees and setting up our educational hives for the year. We love St. Patrick’s Day and the fabulous parade that winds through downtown…

What Spring Means for a Honey Bee

Groundhog Day came with unfortunate news for many this year, when the groundhog saw his shadow, and it foretold another cold six weeks of winter.  As those weeks slowly pass by, we all look eagerly to the telling and familiar signs of spring: longer days, warmer weather, sunshine, and signs of flowers beginning to bud….

Making Your Own Honey Mead: 1 Gallon Tupelo Dry Traditional Mead

If you enjoy consuming honey mead I have good news for you. You can create your own honey mead and it is quite easy to do. You will need to be patient, as unlike following a recipe for cooking most food, fermentation takes some time. You will not be able to taste the results right…

Fascinating Honey Tales! Leatherwood Honey

This post is another installation in our fascinating honey tales series. This series examines incredible honey tales from around the globe. We are interested in everything honey, from nectar source to honey harvest and all the great culture, lore and lifestyle surrounding this fantastic substance. In this post we take a closer look at Leatherwood…

Absence and the Heart: Savannah Bee Grows Up

As I write, I find myself on the rugged Pacific coast of Mexico. A small town of 2500 people, lots of great food and a constant supply of waves, Las Olas. This small paradise has blue waters and white foam capped walls sweeping in like slow hands on this Pacific clock. I can honestly say…

I’ll Ride That Orange Blossom Special

“Well, I’m going down to Florida and get some sand in my shoes. Or maybe Californy and get some sand in my shoes. I’ll ride that Orange Blossom Special and lose these New York blues” Sings Johnny Cash in an up-beat country tune written by Ervin T. Rouse and titled ‘The Orange Blossom Special’. The Orange Blossom…

Propolis Throat Spray

When we begin the process of new product formulation and development, especially products we feel support a healthy lifestyle, we always ask the question: How does our customer benefit by using this product? We focus on this question throughout the product development process because in the end we want our products to make our customers…

Spun Cinnamon Honey

  It’s finally here,  Whipped Cinnamon Honey! This is something we have all been waiting for for a long time. But what is it? Whipped honey is created when you have a honey that crystallizes very quickly (which happens when glucose sugars break down and form tiny crystals). By taking some of that crystallized honey and whipping…

Brewing Honey Beer With Service Brewing Company

Last Wednesday I was invited (okay I invited myself) to the brewing of Service Brewing Company’s new spring seasonal Old Guard. This type of beer is technically known as a Bière de Garde, a northern French style of ale. Service Brewing Company used Savannah Bee Company Yaupon honey in the brew! Also, they cultivated the…