Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Visit to Savannah Bee Company

bottles of honey

Headed east last week to coastal Georgia for the wedding of a friend's daughter. This journey always includes a trip to the Savannah Bee Company. The first time I visited I wasn't a beekeeper yet. Four years of keeping bees has increased my appreciation of the store and what they do there astronomically. I tasted the honey samples and eyed the various colors in the bottles mentally comparing them to my own backyard harvest.

I looked around the store at the various products and listened to people ask questions I now knew the answers to. Though from all the veteran beekeepers I've heard, beekeeping is one of those things you can do your entire life and never perfect. Kind of like marriage or chess.

I stocked up on Winter White and Tupelo Honey, which isn't just a song. And my husband hit up the new meade tasting bar. Five kinds of meade for five bucks is a pretty good deal. The honeycomb is always my favorite from any bees anywhere.



The story of this company is one of a person finding his passion in life and taking the leap of faith to follow his dreams and see what happened.

Read About Savannah Bee Company here.

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