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Sourwood Honey

Sourwood Honey

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$29.00 USD

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$29.00 USD

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Contrary to their name, the sourwood trees of the southern Appalachian mountains provide a nectar so sweet the bees return year after year. Bold and complex with notes of maple and spice, Sourwood Honey tastes mighty fine in homemade sauces or poured over pancakes.

Bees’ three simple eyes collect UV light to zero in on dark spots of pollen on a flower so they know exactly where to land.

Bold, complex, with hints of maple and spice


KSA Certified
Gluten Free
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Twangy guitar music plays in the background. No dialogue.

Sun shines through the light green leaves of a tree. It is blurry at first, then comes into focus.

Hands hold up a frame of honeycomb, which is filled with honey. A few bees crawl on it and fly around it.

Light, golden honey drips down.

A bottle of Savannah Bee Company Sourwood Honey sits on a tree stump. The background is a blurry, bright green landscape, and the sun shines in from the corner.

Four white beehive boxes stand on cinder blocks outside in the grass. Bees swarm around the boxes, crawling on them and flying around them. A few frames, covered with a bit of honeycomb, lean against the boxes.

Two beekeepers, including Ted Dennard, founder and CEO of Savannah Bee Company, walk around the boxes. They wear white shirts and white beekeeper head nets. Ted picks up a frame as bees fly around it. In the background, many more boxes of hives sit under trees.

Closeup of bees crawling along their honeycomb, which is white and waxy.

The thin, light green branches of sourwood trees float and dance in the breeze. They have beautiful, cream-colored blooms.

The sun shines through a bottle of Sourwood Honey, which sits on a ledge against a tan background. The light moves, which gives the honey a yellow, then red, then deep golden color. The shot blurs out of a focus.

Against a golden, blurry background, the Savannah Bee Company logo appears. Beneath it, the words “Save the bees” are typed out in a typewriter font.