Honey is like a fine wine that is created from flowers instead of grapes. The term "varietal honey" refers to the honey gathered from a single type of blossom. Each type of nectar has its own flavor and sugar composition depending on the flower that produces it, therefore the honey reflects the unique taste of the bloom. Savannah Bee Company is the leader in honey purity standards. Any honey poured by Savannah Bee Company as a specialty varietal honey must have a minimum of 80% pollen count. This ensures that the honey exhibits the best flavor and texture possible from the blossom crop. They take pride in their honeys' flavor and purity, so they don't process, over-filter, or add anything at all. They pour the best of the best of artisan Tupelo Honey, Orange Blossom Honey, Wildflower Honey and Acacia Honey harvests into their Artisanal Honey. These artisanal honeys are beautiful gifts for any sweet occasion, as well as a delicious and nutritious treat for any pantry.
Acacia Honey hails from the glorious Piedmont region of Northern Italy. The honey has a clean, light vanilla taste and is made from the delicate blossoms of the Acacia tree. Acacia Honey is very rare and dependent on a variety of climatic conditions.
Tupelo Honey is the gold standard by which all other honeys are measured. Savannah Bee Company Tupelo Honey has buttery undertones and a mellow, clean-finishing sweetness.
Orange Blossom Honey explodes with bold sweetness and a subtle citrus flavor! Floral, fruity, and incredibly aromatic, Orange Blossom Honey can be used as a dip for fresh figs, strawberries, and melon.
Wildflower Honey is collected from white holly, gallberry, a little saw tooth palmetto, or maybe tulip poplar. The flavor depends on the remote Georgia wildflower blossoms and the whimsy of the bees.