Sourwood Honey Gold Reserve

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Jun 16th 2021

The most delicious honey i have ever tasted. I was in Sedona and had a taste and was amazed. I bought 2 bottles there, came back to Vegas and realized that i needed more so ordered another 2 bottles. I have gone through one bottle already... i need to ration myself out more. Its expensive but to me worth every bit the cost.


Rob & Donna

Dec 26th 2017

Both Donna and I have never tasted such a thing as the Sourwood Gold Reserve honey. You have to taste it to believe it! We never knew honey in a reserve Limited edition could taste so different from regular honey. It is truly amazing! Note: not intended to add in teas and pancakes! Truly!


Nelson & Carol

Feb 12th 2016

Sourwood honey is our absolute favorite and oh so hard to find! When we received the Gold Reserve, the way it is packaged is just amazing and so beautiful. We really don't want to open the bottle but temptation will get the best of us very soon. Don't wait! Get this while you still can!



Sourwood Honey Gold Reserve


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Savannah Bee Company is thrilled to announce that our Sofi Award-winning Sourwood Honey Gold Reserve is back! You can order it online or shop our exclusive and limited-release honey in stores near you, today. This is an opportunity you will not want to miss!


Our Sourwood Honey offers a full flavor palate experience that allows culinarians the luxury of indulging in the best honey in the world, right in their kitchen. With tones of maple spice, caramel, and gingerbread, our Sourwood Honey will complement an appetite for both sweet and savory cravings.


It pairs brilliantly with delights such as champagne, strawberries, and vanilla ice cream. While also complimenting savory dishes such as Brussel sprouts, bacon, grilled asparagus, and collard greens. It is a staple in every southern kitchen and is used to elevate culinary dishes worldwide.


It's kosher, gluten-free, and sourced from the Appalachian Mountains of North Georgia where sourwood trees are most abundant. When you taste this honey, you will taste the source.