Gourmet Honey

Our Featured Gourmet Honey
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Bernard Michaud's Blossom honey from Corsica reflects the flowers that grow on the wild and rocky terrain of this beautiful French Mediterranean island. The wild flowers that covers Corsican hillsides mountains give this gourmet honey its unique color and flavor; sweet and aromatic. This French honey has received the protected read more...
Browse our great selection of Gourmet Honeys. Honey is a natural golden sweetness that is produced by honey bees using nectar from flowers. Honey is a used in drinks, baking, but is also a great accompaniment for cheese. Try some of the varieties dribbled over your favorite gourmet cheese and let us know what you think by giving us your opinion in a product review.

We will be adding exciting new Gourmet Honeys frequently, so come back soon!

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  • Orange Blossom honey comes from the small flower of an orange tree. It is a light, flowery honey that is delicately sweet with citrus hints; flavorful. Combine the orange blossom honey with any type of cheese, and blue cheeses are a wonderful match.... read more
  • Sabatino's Truffle Honey takes all the appeal of honey flavoring one step further. Truffle honey is perfect for meat glaze, crepe dressing, cheese, spreading over fruit or cake, or topping off ice cream and sorbet. This gourmet truffle honey won a Sofi Award in the 2010 competition, in the jam, preserve, honey or nut butter category. Each jar contains 8.8 ounces.... read more
  • When you want your honey just the way the bees made it, Savannah Bee Honeycomb is for you. It is 100% edible, has a great flavor and taste. Take the honeycomb out of it small plastic box and in a short while the honey will start running out; it is mouth watering. Filled with honey equaling the life's work of two bees, each golden cell brims with the concentrated nectar of thousands of rare and rem... read more
  • Bees love lavender, so lavender honey comes from happy bees. Lavender honey is light and floral and this particular Spanish version is unpasteurized, raw. Combine this light honey with desserts, cheese, yogurt or add some to your tea.... read more
  • Acacia honey is produced in May in Northeastern Italy. This delicate and much sought-after honey is runny, and very pale straw-yellow in color; it is almost crystal-clear. Acacia honey has delicate flavors of sugared almond and vanilla. Due to its high concentration of fructose, it does not crystallize easily.... read more
  • French Honeysuckle honey is produced in May, when the bees collect the sugary secretions form the Honeysuckle. The area where the honey is found is Nocara - Cosenza in Southern Italy. French Honeysuckle varies in color from wax-white to ice-white. The perfume is very delicate but distinctly floral. This gourmet honey tastes refreshingly sweet.... read more
  • Unlike most, the rich sweetness of our natural varietal honey is the perfect pairing for gourmet cheese. Hand-harvested at the peak of the blooming season to ensure purity, Savannah Bee Co. selected this Cheese Honey as the ideal compliment for salty cheeses like Manchego or to tame the tang of a creamy blue.... read more
  • This Dandelion Honey (Miele di Tarassaco in Italian) is produced in May in the very heart of the Val di Non where innumerable apple trees bloom on a yellow carpet of dandelions. Mieli Thun sees this as their 'family' honey. Normally amber-yellow, it may turn an intense cream color when crystallized. It is pungent, with the sharpness almost of ammonia, and its taste is long and medium sweet, with g... read more
  • Savannah Bee's Tupelo honey is the Queen of the honey world, the 'Golden Standard' of the sweetest liquid gold in the South. Harvested over two or three weeks in the early Spring, Tupelo nectar is one of the rarest and most valuable liquid resources in the world. After being concentrated by the workers, the nectar is transformed into a delicacy whose combination of strength, subtlety, and sweetnes... read more
  • Miele Melata d'Abete, Fir Tree Honeydew is produced between July and August, when the bees collect the sugary secretion from fir tree parasites. It offers rare and complex qualities. Honeydew (melata) does not come from the nectar of flowers but from the lymph of certain plants. Sap-sucking insects of the Hemiptera family process honeydew; drops of honeydew, forming on the surface of the leaves an... read more
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