Savannah Bee Company: Tupelo, Wildflower and Orange Blossom Honey Review

Savannah Bee Company: Tupelo, Wildflower and Orange Blossom Honey Review & Giveaway

When I was young, my father and I would go to breakfast each Saturday and then run errands. I generally would order a variety of items, but the one constant was an english muffin. One of my favorite toppings for them was sweet – honey being my favorite.

Savannah Bee Company makes products from the bees, and uses each part of the bees honey process to make good for you products.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Savannah Bee Company. This post may contain affiliate links, but this in no way influences the review to follow.

Savannah Bee Company was generous enough to send me each of the following flavors of honey for review –

The Tupelo Honey comes from the Georgia/Florida Line and has almost a buttery undertone and a sweetness at the end. Tupelo is a thicker honey with a lighter coloring. This was a smooth, and really delicious on the top of english muffins.

The Orange Blossom Honey comes from the Central Florida and is the earlier harvest in the honey season usually indicating that summer is approaching, The honey has a subtle citrus flavor and is fruity, sweet and smells so good. This was a fruitier honey, but so delicious, this would make a great addition to tea.

Wildflower Honey comes from Georgia and is considered Savannah Bee Company’s Local Wildflower Honey.The flavor is dependent on the remote Georgia wildflower blossoms and the path and randomness of the bees. This is a bright golden honey is considered Tupelos little sister. This is my favorite honey, and they version widely available. I use honey on anything I can, and this would be the one I use for any cooking purpose.

The Savannah Bee Company has been in the honey and beekeeping business for over 35 years, and opened their storefront and online store in 2002 selling products made from the honey they collect.

As I have mentioned in the past, I am a huge proponent of honey and honey products. The fact that honey can be used in every aspect of your life is just a sweet bonus.

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If you want genuine honey products, you can not go wrong with Savannah Bee Company

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GIVEAWAY: Savannah Bee Company is giving a trio of honey’s to 1 person! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (1) each of the following – (1) 3 oz Orange Blossom Honey, (1) 3 oz Tupelo Honey and (1) 3 oz Wildflower Honey – This is a $22.50 ($7.50/each) value!! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on July 10th (7/10/2017) to receive this sweet honey trio! Open to residents in the US. To enter complete the entries below! Winnerโ€™s will be notified by me by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Savannah Bee Company. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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39 thoughts on “Savannah Bee Company: Tupelo, Wildflower and Orange Blossom Honey Review

  1. Lisa V.

    I love to add honey to plain yogurt and then layer this mixture iwth granola. Yum!

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  2. Chelle

    I love honey! It is an excellent sweetener for so many things, such as coffee, tea, cereals (hot & cold), muffins, breads, etc! Very versatile and very healthy! Thanks!

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  3. John Smith

    “What do you typically add honey to??” I like honey on cheap white bread, and then it gets all crunchy!

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  4. Jaque Richards

    I add honey to my coffee, so delicious. I also bake with honey, substituting it for sugar

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  6. latoya

    I like to put honey in my tea, I also like to add some if I make a fruit smoothie and the fruit is not sweet enough.

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  7. Mary Beth Elderton

    I add to a lot of things. One of my favorite chicken marinades calls for a bit of honey. I use honey in my Hubz’ favorite Chewy Oatmeal Cookies with Dark Chocolate Covered Raisins.

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  8. Trinity Rosario

    Tea, coffee, honey walnut shrimp, waffle batter, pancake batter, toast

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  9. Kim Avery

    I typically use it to sweeten my tea. I also like drizzling it over warm corn bread or biscuits!

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  10. Trish Barner

    I add honey to my tea, toast, bagel and use for cooking /making glazes, marinades and salad dressings. ๐Ÿ˜

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  11. Mechele M Johnson

    I use honey for my tea, for making elderberry syrup, for baking, and plain when i have a sweet tooth ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  12. Cheryl Chervitz

    I use honey on my biscuits and toast a lot. Also like peanut butter and honey sandwiches.

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