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The New Buzz: Umckaloabo

Over the last year or so we have been working hard to perfect the formula of our Propolis Throat Spray. We tested countless formulations of this spray until we found the perfect recipe. The final formula, that is now available for sale, contains only five ingredients. In addition, three of these five ingredients are active…

The Freshness of Spring: The Scent of the Season

Spring is finally really here. Although the “first day of spring” is just symbolic, there really is something to the date on our calendars. It’s almost as if winter is not allowed around anymore because we have it in writing that it is indeed spring. At Savannah Bee, our bee garden hives are buzzing away,…

What Makes the Honey Flow!

What makes the honey flow? This question seems simple enough, but if you take a closer look, you will see that the answer is actually very complex. During the late winter and early spring those of us in the honey business start to really look forward to the honey flow. Each year is completely different…

What Ever Became of the Drunken Bee?

With Saint Patrick’s Day upon us, most of us look forward to wearing unhealthy amounts of green, attending parades and parties, and of course, St. Patrick’s day isn’t complete without a little drinking.  While out with friends, enjoying this wonderful excuse to party on a Tuesday night, feel free to mention this crazy article all…

The Honey Bees are Back

Spring is a very special time for us at Savannah Bee for a variety of reasons. Perhaps one of the most important reasons we love spring is because our Wilmington Island Showroom and Educational Bee Garden come alive once again! Springtime for us means that the tour groups and the honey bees are back. One…

The Sweet Taste of Spring

My goodness, this has to be our sweetest special ever! This week we are committed to making your taste buds dance and sing by bringing you the sweet taste of spring. This week we are featuring a set of our sweetest and most delicious treats from the hive! All week, you can enjoy savings on…

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…

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