Bee Blog

2018 A Banner Year for Tupelo Honey

Ahhh Tupelo Honey. It is our reason for beeing. That’s why we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to let you know how very special this year’s Tupelo Honey is.  Two of our most knowledgeable honey c…
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Palmetto Fig Mascarpone Tart

Simple yet impressive, this no-bake Palmetto Honey Mascarpone Tart is a light and creamy dessert with a salty graham cracker crust. Finish your tart with fresh figs, toasted pistachios, and a golden…
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How to Deal with Crystallized Honey

Has your honey ever turned to crystals? The granulation process is totally natural! Honey is comprised of two main sugars- glucose and fructose. Glucose heavy varietals crystallize more quickly than…
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Honey: The 'Golden Elixir' of skin care

In addition to being a versatile sweetener, sore-throat soother, and energy booster, honey is used in beauty products because of its many skin benefits. Ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans used it i…
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How Bees Make Honey

One of the questions we at Savannah Bee Company are asked the most is: How exactly do bees make honey? The short answer is they work really hard, but the process is magical.The honey we eat starts wit…
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Southern Honey Sweet Tea

Sweet Tea is a southern staple and if you've never been lucky enough to try it, now's your chance! This homemade Southern Honey Sweet Tea recipe is so good, you'll want to start growing tomatoes and s…
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