Savannah Bee Company’s Hot Honey Featured in The New York Times

SAVANNAH, GASavannah Bee Company’s latest release, Hot Honey, was featured in last week’s “Front Burner” column in The New York Times. Written by influential food and wine writer Florence Fabricant, the “Savannah Bee Company’s Honey Gets a Little Heat” article included a product review and accompanying image.

Savannah Bee Company’s Hot Honey is made from wildflower honey and is infused with heat from scotch bonnet and habanero peppers for the perfect mix of sweet and spicy. It meets KSA kosher requirements and is gluten-free certified. 

The Times writer explained, “​​The fine Georgia company Savannah Bee has finally embraced hot honey, making theirs a well-spiced finishing drizzle for fried chicken and pizza.” She reviewed the product as having a “glow of lingering but serious heat” and further noted that “it would not be a mistake in a bacon glaze or over dark chocolate.”

Hot Honey is available for purchase online for $18.00, and in Savannah Bee Company’s 14 retail locations.

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About Savannah Bee Company:

Established in 2002, Savannah Bee Company was founded by bee expert Ted Dennard, who learned the magic and wonder of beekeeping growing up in coastal Georgia. Ted started by simply selling his signature Tupelo Honey from his own hive, and today Savannah Bee Company has an expansive product line that includes specialty honeys and honeycomb, body care and beauty items, home goods, retail locations across the U.S. and more. Through its nonprofit, The Bee Cause Project, Savannah Bee Company has provided hives for 445 schools in 50 states and 4 countries around the world with the goal of saving the bees.