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Lavender Raw Honey
Lavender Raw Honey
Our Price: $16.95

Lavender Raw Honey

Tasting Notes: Mild and subtly complex. Herbaceous and fruity with floral notes.
Region Spain

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Many beekeepers believe lavender to be among the honeybee's favorite flowering species because of the relatively large amount of nectar it produces and the hardy nature of the plant.

Savannah Bee Company Lavender Honey is made from the nectar of Lavandula stoechas luisieri, which grows wild on the border between Spain and Portugal and blankets the mountainsides in purple flowers during the month of May.

Lavender honey is a sought after varietal popular around the world. Most companies sell a French varietal of lavender honey, while others only sell lavender-infused honey. Ours is neither. And that is what makes ours an incredible find. We hope you enjoy it.

Recipe:
Perfect Lavender Honey Cheesecake

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Wildflower Honey
Wildflower Honey
Our Price: $16.95

Wildflower Honey

Tasting Notes: Complex, sweet, and robust
Region: South Central Georgia
Pairings: Delicious in smoothies, yogurt parfaits or homemade granola

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Sometimes 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.

Recipe:
Wildflower Honey Peach Cobbler

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Orange Blossom Honey
Orange Blossom Honey
Our Price: $16.95

Orange Blossom Honey

Tasting Notes: Very sweet. Finishes with subtle citrus notes.
Region: Central Florida
Pairings: Ideal for roasted carrots or drizzle over buttery French toast. Try as a dip for frest figs, strawberries, and melon.

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Orange Blossom Honey is floral, fruity, and incredibly aromatic. It can add dimension to many foods, drinks, and sauces, and is particularly good for baking.

This fragrant, light amber honey comes from sunny Central Florida, an area of the US famous for its abundance of orange groves. Beekeepers from around the nation bring their hives here in March and April so the hardworking honeybees can pollinate the blossoming trees, which allows us the pleasure of having oranges to eat.

The bees also collect the fragrant nectar from the orange blossoms and turn it into a delicious, candy-sweet honey. As soon as the trees lose their blossoms, these skilled beekeepers extract the Orange Blossom Honey, making sure to keep it separate from the other spring honey.

Orange Blossom Honey is our earliest harvest of the season and a sure sign that summer is on the way. It's like sunshine in a jar!

Recipe: Carrots With Honey, Lemon Zest and Thyme

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Black Sage Honey
Black Sage Honey
Our Price: $16.95

Black Sage Raw Honey

Tasting Notes: Slightly earthy. Savory with notes of pepper. Soft sweetness fades off the back of the tongue..
Region: Southern California
Pairings: The subtle flavor makes Black Sage Honey ideal for roasting chicken or making salad dressing and sauces. It also pairs well with wine and cheese.

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Extraordinarily mild and delicious, Black Sage Honey provides a subtle herbaceous flavor ideal for savory recipes or herbal teas. This rare and exceptional honey is a real treat.

Black Sage, Salvia mellifera, is a wild desert sage that grows in the Sierra Nevada mountains. To produce enough blossoms for honeybees to make a crop of Black Sage Honey, this desert plant must get just the right amount of rain at just the right time of year. Many years can pass before black sage plants experience this delicate balance of rainfall and aridness, which is one reason why Black Sage Honey is so special. Black Sage is a very unique, rare honey harvested only four seasons per decade from regions like the Sierras.

Recipe:
Grilled Chicken Buddha Bowl with Black Sage Honey Vinaigrette

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Acacia Raw Honey
Acacia Raw Honey
Our Price: $18.95

Acacia Raw Honey

Tasting Notes: Delicate vanilla tones. Clean, light and mildly sweet..
Region: Hungary
Pairings: Perfect in Greek yogurt or in delicate teas.

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Our premium Raw Acacia Honey is perfection on the palate. This single-varietal gem is made from the delicate nectar of Robinia pseudoacacia, known as Acacia in Europe. The trees are plentiful from Northern Italy to the Ukraine, and the honey that the bees make from its blossoms is a staple in this region.

Acacia Honey is highly sought after in the United States. The natural sugar profile of Acacia Honey resists crystallization. It is known for its beautiful light golden color and incredible clarity and is the lightest tasting honey in the world. One spoonful of this fine honey, and you will be an Acacia lover forever!

Recipe: Best Ever Healthy Honey Brownies

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Tupelo Raw Honey
Tupelo Raw Honey
Our Price: $22.95

Tupelo Raw Honey

Tasting Notes: Buttery undertones with a soft vanishing sweetness
Region Altamaha and Apalachicola River Basins of Georgia and Florida
Pairings: A favorite in tea but this golden honey is great to brush on pastries or fresh bread for an added sweetness to anything you want to elevate in culinary stature. Bee Creative!

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After nine years of steady decline, the 2018 Tupelo harvest was remarkable. Plenty of rain leading up to and beautiful weather during the bloom were the perfect weather conditions for producing such a fantastic crop. Ted says it's the best Tupelo in terms of quality and quantity since ’92!

This year's crop is a very light golden-yellow that almost glows. The flavor is exquisite. It's the same soft, buttery sweetness unique to Tupelo Honey, only cleaner and livelier than the past few years. It really lives up to its nickname: Queen of the Honey World.

Produced in the threatened Tupelo ecosystem of the Altamaha and Apalachicola River Basins of Georgia and Florida, this special honey is guaranteed to delight the taste buds and leave a lasting impression.

Recipe: Blueberry Bourbon Tupelo Honey Cheesecake

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