Sweet honeycomb is simply delicious. Our friends who have had it at our home always ask us to serve it again. This is the appetizer that always gets positive comments and always gets eaten.

The founder, Ted Dennard, is THE Bee Whisperer. He has been bee keeping for many years and cares deeply about the bees and preserving them all over the world. His integrity is carried through with each of the delicious honey products they offer at Savannah Bee Company.

Pure organic honey is one of the purest products on earth, right? Made solely from bees.  This honeycomb is no exception — the last thing to touch the honeycomb was the bees that created it! And, yes, if you get some of the wax (not wax like a candle), it is edible.

We like to serve the honeycomb in the center of cheese, fruits and crackers — let it sit out for awhile and it starts to soften more and ooze out  — yum!

Perfect for your get togethers OR makes the perfect hostess gift for Foodie’s (and who isn’t a Foodie today. . . )!!

Raw Honeycomb Appetizer

Picture below does NOT do it justice; this  image is how it is packaged.

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They offer a 2 pack which is perfect for “1 for you and 1 for me!”

12 oz Specialty Honey – Including Tupelo Honey

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Honey Sampler

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Tupelo Honey 20 ounce flute (like a bottle of fine wine, but decadent honey. Splurge Gift!)

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See Ted’s video here.

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