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Acacia Honeycomb and Buttermilk Biscuits

Most Southern folk are raised eating biscuits for breakfast. Recently, with the rise of the Slow Food movement and the emergence of the Southern chef, variations on this culinary staple are numerous. No matter how gourmet or avant-garde New South restauranteurs try to make the biscuit it still does and will always have only three…

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…

Pollination and the New Honey Season

It’s that time of year again when the weather warms and relationships formed by nature over millions of years snap into action. Every year around this time we set up our bee garden here at our Wilmington Island headquarters and every year I am amazed at the complexity and the beauty of the relationship between…

Savannah Bee Acacia Honeycombjito

The Savannah Bee Acacia Honeycombjito is our special twist on the very popular Cuban cocktail, the Mojito. As Spring begins to settle in here in Savannah, GA, music fills the air and the patios and decks of cafes and bars fill up with people seeking to enjoy the beautiful weather. It is the perfect time to…

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…

Honeycomb Filled Easter Chocolates

These sweet treats are easy to make and hard to resist. Honeycomb Filled Chocolates are perfect for any special occasion. I made these beauties especially for Easter but the great thing about this base recipe is that it is incredibly adaptive and flexible. Prepare your mold by lightly buttering each cup. I used this Sweet…

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!

New Mead Varieties Available Now From Moonlight Meadery!

Let’s check in on the flagship Savannah Bee mead bar at Broughton Street, shall we? Since we last visited in January of this year they have brought on three meads from Moonlight Meadery. The three meads each bring a unique and interesting experience to the mead consumer. We have a mead that lends some heat…

3 Times You’ll Need Savannah Bee Throat Sprays

Whether you’re the person who always seems to be on the verge of coming down with a cold or you need a lasting breath-freshener, you’ll be happy to hear that Savannah Bee Company has created two products that will soon be a part of your daily routine. These are the three crucial times when you’ll need our Propolis Throat Spray…

7 Buzzworthy Duds You Didn’t Know You Needed – aka Bee Apparel

Whether you’re a beekeeper or a bee lover, Savannah Bee has an assortment of bee apparel just for you. From punny tees to sweet umbrellas and hats, this gear is the perfect fit. 1. Savannah Bee Logo Cap You don’t have to work with beehives all day to look like a seasoned beekeeper! Our distressed and…

An Update From the Bee Cause Project

It’s hard to believe that the Bee Cause Project is three years old. It seems like just yesterday that the wild idea of installing 1000 beehives in 1000 schools across America was simply another lofty lunchtime discussion. Since we are moving into the beginning of the honey season 2016, I thought it appropriate to provide…