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Tea Honey

on April 29th, 2013
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Savannah Bee Company Tea Honey

Savannah Bee Company Tea Honey

by Patricia Mack

When it’s teatime, don’t ask me, “One lump or two?”

I take my tea with honey.

It used to be any kind of honey — orange blossom, blueberry, sage, buckwheat, thistle, heather, dandelion — or any kind that was on hand. But I’ve found something better: Savannah Bee Company Tea Honey.

Its sweetness is more subtle than other commercial honeys, and its viscosity is thinner, reminiscent of some European honeys that pour quickly and cook or roast beautifully into elegant glazes for vegetables and poultry. The heat of the hot steeping tea combines with this honey to create a new flavor note that is altogether pleasing with neither the tea nor the honey dominating the wonderful, delicate brew in the cup.  

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