TED’S BLOG

Savannah Bee Company President and Beekeeper Ted Dennard’s journal of his business of bees and honey.

February 28, 2011

Greetings everyone! If you thought the big news was going to slow down after our new bottling machine got here, you were mistaken! Our biggest news since the new bottling machine (which is running like a dream; we can’t wait … Continue reading

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February 3, 2011

Hello! I hope everyone is making it through the winter with high spirits. In case you are one of our friends in the North, living out one snowstorm after another, I hope you are staying warm and have plenty of … Continue reading

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Who wants a Hot Toddy?

We found out that last week that January 11th was National Hot Toddy Day! Savannah has no snow (which is no surprise), but it is freezing and colds are running rampant around here. Hot Toddies are one of the best … Continue reading

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January 7, 2011

Hey y’all, Happy New Year! We are really excited about adding Sourwood Honey back to our collection in early 2011 and I just wanted to pass along more information (than you might have ever wanted to know) about Sourwood Honey. … Continue reading

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December 10,2010

Great article in the New York Times today: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/09/garden/09Bees.html?_r=3&pagewanted=1&ref=homepage&src=me

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November 11, 2010

Hello all! I hope everyone has enjoyed their transition into fall. With the weather getting cooler everywhere BUT Savannah, I wanted to take a moment to spotlight a few of our favorite cool weather honeys. We found out this summer … Continue reading

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October 14, 2010

Hi everyone, The weather is finally starting to cool off here in Savannah, but business around here is still hotter than ever. We have just finished a huge retail event with RuLaLa, an online shopping website that contacted us a … Continue reading

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