Sweeter than Regular Honey
Let’s be honest. There’s no such thing as bad honey. But the battle to find the best honey is not that simple so we did the dirty work for you!
Cue Savannah Bee Wildflower Honey. The little sister of Savannah Bee’s signature Tupelo Honey, Wildflower Honey is slightly darker and a wee bit sweeter. The honey is polyfloral, meaning the bees that produce it feast on a wide variety of different plants, typifying its robust flavor. The likely nectar sources for these hives are white holly, gallberry, sawtooth palmetto, and tulip poplar. Color us intrigued.
This particular honey is a primary ingredient in Chef Kenny's signature “Silkie’s Orange Blossom Honey Sauce,” which is the perfect accompaniment to biscuits or even plain, buttered toast. And for meals beyond breakfast, try it in honey butter rolls, honey garlic steak bites, and honey jerk chicken.
Chef Kenny was generous enough to include the sweet staple in his August/September CrateChef box. And while it pairs well with more meals than one, we give you permission to sneak a taste of Wildflower Honey all by its lonesome.
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