“World Famous Honey”
Savannah Bee founder Ted Dennard was first introduced to honey as a 12-year old boy on his father’s Coastal Georgia retreat property when a battered old pickup carrying beehives rattled into his life. The bee-covered driver of that flatbed truck was Roy Hightower, an elderly beekeeper scouting sites suitable for gathering “Swamp Honey” from the White Tupelo tree. In return for a place to keep his bees, Roy offered young Ted an education in that magical, buzzing world, but with a prophetic word of caution, “Son, bees sort of become a way of life.”
I loved this place! My beau and I tried homey tasting and we ended up purchasing three of them to take home with us. Love the vibe of the place as well! For a good cause too if you check out specified items; Cause for Bee Project (something like that).
Stop in for honey and MEADE tastings! Great products and super-knowledgeable staff.
Very very busy stop but worth it. Mead and honey tasting was so delicious. Plus tons of awesome gifts to grab for friends and family.
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Savannah Bee Company
- Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
- Sun: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
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