Savannah Bee Company

Wildflower Honey

Sometimes here at Savannah Bee we refer to our Georgia Wildflower Honey as the little sister of our signature Tupelo Honey. It's slightly darker than Tupelo but maintains a similar texture and viscosity, and tastes a wee bit sweeter. Savannah Bee Wildflower Honey is a polyfloral variety, meaning many types of nectar were collected by our bees to create it. Most likely, those nectar sources are white holly, gallberry, sawtooth palmetto, and tulip poplar. The flavor depends on the remote Georgia wildflower blossoms and the whimsy of the bees. It's the perfect "all-around" honey.


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Acacia honey

Sweetness and tasty as well but I have been a little bit disappointed.



Also turned me into a honey lover!

I absolutely positively agree with Esciara. I have never and I truly mean NEVER have been a fan of honey. My husband and I also went into the store on our vacation years ago in July (next time we visit, I think it will be during a cooler month, even though we are from AL!). We tried every kind of honey in the store and this was one of my favorites. I have used it on oatmeal, but my favorite use for this honey is in all my favorite teas. I have just recently ordered the "Tea Honey", so I am eager to try that! I think the reason I have never really liked honey is because I had only tried the "cheap beer" honey of the world and not the "champagne" honey of the world which is Savannah Bee! Thank you for helping me discover the best natural sweet wonder of the world!

Julie S.


The Best

To say I love this honey is an understatement! It is my absolute favorite, it makes me feel good. I eat it everyday, whether it's poured on yogurt with fruit, in smoothies, on peanut butter, poured over bananas. It's so good!