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Bee’s Wrap: Sustainable Food Storage

Savannah Bee retail stores have recently started carrying a product that I’m really excited about. It’s called Bee’s Wrap, and it’s an all-natural alternative to plastic wrap for food storage. It’s made out of cloth and coated in beeswax, which makes it long lasting and antibacterial – perfect for storing any type of food. All you…

Tupelo Honey Mini Muffins

I must have been in a baking mood this past week because after the gingerbread cookie making, I flipped through my mom’s recipes and found an old favorite, Butterscotch Brownies! Now I like small bite size portions since they are good for lunches, so I adjusted the pan and am thinking of them more as…

Feedback From A Savannah Bee Online Customer

At Savannah Bee we believe great customer service is the very foundation of every great business. We make it our business everyday to serve our customers. We believe outstanding customer service is just as important online as it is in one of our Savannah Bee retail stores. When I first started working for Savannah Bee,…

Tupelo Honey Gingerbread Cookies!

Well, it is that time of year again. Time to start baking and filling your home full with the wonderful aroma of holiday treats! My mom would always make holiday gingerbread cookies for my brothers and I and then she would let us decorate them once she was finished. Since I have been in Georgia,…

Savannah Bee Honey Roasted Sweet Potatoes

I know that Thanksgiving is all about tradition and family, but sometimes it’s good to mix things up a little bit. I grew up in the South and sweet potatoes have always been a part of my family’s Thanksgiving dinner tradition. I’m talking about the kind of sweet potatoes that have been reduced with butter…

Fall From A Beekeeper’s Perspective.

Today we mowed in our flower garden that was full of Zinnias. It is tough to destroy the hold-out flowers and the upcoming buds that have been hanging on and blooming on a mostly dried up plant. So we did one last picking of the flowers before the mowers arrived. I now have a big…

A Dude And A Lotion Candle

You may or may not know that Savannah Bee recently released two new seasonal lotion candles, Winter Solstice and Harvest Moon. The Winter Solstice candle is scented with fir and bayberry while the Harvest Moon presents a bouquet of pumpkin and spice. Both will brighten a room with twinkling candlelight and fill the air with…

Featured Gift: The White Christmas Gift Set

It’s the giving season at Savannah Bee! Every year we get together and develop our seasonal gift sets. Each year our team of elves put together several fantastic holiday gift sets. This year we are very excited to release three premium gift sets that represent our signature scent lines, The Orange Blossom Special, The Berry…

The Origin of the Honey Bee: Part Three, Humans and Bees

According to the Theory of Evolution, human beings, Homo sapiens that is, evolved roughly two and a half million years ago. It is thought that our human lineage diverged from some primate ancestor around this time. Although this makes sense chronologically, no fossil evidence has been discovered directly connecting the primate species of this time…

Yellow Star Thistle Honeycomb Rounds

Every year toward the end of October we receive our harvest of Yellow Star Thistle Honeycomb Rounds. This harvest is always a little bittersweet around Savannah Bee. Yellow Star Thistle Honeycomb Rounds signify the very end of the honey production season but, at the same time, the are one of our most popular and highly…

Honey Pecan Pie (Not Just for the Holidays)

Growing up in the South, I learned at a very young age that Pecan pie is awesome. The only problem with Pecan pie is that people tend to only serve this delight during the holidays.This is great and all but the holidays only come around once a year. As a Pecan pie lover, I saw…

Origin of the Honey Bee: Evolution Part Two, Plant – Pollinator Co-evolution

Evolution is defined most basically as “change over time.” There are many, many factors that may drive or influence the process of biological evolution. One of the most important factors dictating this change over time is the home environment of the species in question. Take for example mammals living in the arctic or tundra regions….

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