Savannah Bee Honey

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Savannah Bee founder Ted Dennard was first introduced to honey as a 12-year old boy and honey and bee keeping became a way of life. During his world travels he saw bee keeping and honey making in various corners and he coming home he started selling his home-extracted Tupelo honey around town in 1998; people loved the purity and richness, and the word spread quickly. In 2002 he started the Savannah Bee Company, expanded the honeymaking 'plant' into an old 800 square foot classroom at the Oatland Island Wildlife Preserve, and in 2010 Ted is operating a 40,000 square foot warehouse on Wilmington Island, a bridge’s distance from the City of Savannah.

For Ted, tasting honey is like a sommelier tasting wine: his palate can discern the quality, origin, and the varietal of blossom. Amid his busy schedule as full-time family man who runs a successful business, Ted makes time to educate the public on the magical world of the honeybee. Today’s operation is stark contrast to the days in Ted’s kitchen, but his passion has never changed. 'I just love it', he says. 'I can’t imagine doing anything else'.

Our Featured Savannah Bee Honey
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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 its small box and in a short while the honey will start running out; it is mouth watering. The honeycombs come from Hungary where the crop of acacia honey was bountiful last year. Acacia honey is one of the most popular raw honeys; it is has a delicate sweetness, is very clear and it crystallizes slowly. Sometimes acacia honey is called Moon honey or Water honey. Acacia honey is produced widely across Europe but is scarce in the US and it is the only honey Savannah Bee imports.

Filled with honey equaling the life's work of 2 bees, each golden cell brims with the concentrated nectar of thousands of rare and remote Georgia flowers. Serve the honeycomb with wine and cheese; such as Manchego, Piave, a creamy blue, or a goat cheese. Spread the honey on a warm slice of toast, a hot biscuit or just a freshly cut slice of artisan or country bread. In combination with fruit, this honey is delightful; apples, pears, apricots or figs. There are so many delicious ways to serve the honeycomb.

Note: Children under the age of one year should not consume raw honey.

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