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Spun Cinnamon Honey by the Savannah Bee Company [Review and Giveaway]

Nothing says summer, like honey. Something about that golden spread can add so much to a treat! I had the chance to try something pretty amazing by the Savannah Bee Company and I can't wait to tell you about it!

Founded by Ted Dennard in 1999, the Savannah Bee Company is a culmination of 35 years work finding the best possible honey.  I love a company that has a passion for what they do and this company is obviously passionate about honey! I've never seen so many honey items!

Just peruse their website, and you will see so many eye catching items. Some honey for everyday purposes and even honey that can go with cheese. Cheese, you guys. CHEESE

But I had the chance to try out a couple of different kinds of honey products. One was the Spun Cinnamon Honey and the other was Propolis Throat Spray.

I absolutely loved their spun cinnamon honey. I tried it with these oatmeal muffins I make and it was just - kablam! A total upgrade happened! It has the lightest but sweetest taste and I could've just finished off the jar in one serving. You really will want a ton of this stuff. My only complaint was how narrow the opening was, because the honey is a little liquidy and you can't really fit a spoon through the opening. But between you and me, that totally didn't stop me from enjoying myself.

Not to mention by the way, I also indulged with the spun cinnamon honey by adding it to my peanut butter sandwich...oh GOODNESS this was good. So tasty and so amazing.

I also tried the Propolis Throat Spray. I was a bit reluctant at first, but when I caught an itchy throat over the weekend and sprayed this and it did the trick. It doesn't taste all that great though, but it's worth trying out.

So make sure you check out the Savannah Bee Company if you are as honey-obsessed as I am these days! You can follow them on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube, and Instagram for company updates and more!

And I am so excited to announce I get to giveaway a jar of the same Spun Cinnamon Honey to one lucky reader! Enter via Rafflecopter below. Giveaway ends on July 10th.

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I received the above mentioned items in exchange for my honest review.


  1. I'd love to drizzle this on a peanut butter sandwich. Sounds delicious!

  2. I would love to put it on toast.

  3. I love it on warm buttermilk biscuits!

  4. i love to put honey on warm out of the oven biscuits.

  5. YUM! I'd love to pour this over my toast in the morning. My kids would love this.

  6. I especially love to put honey in my tea or smoothies in the morning.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

  7. Hmm, I think my favorite use for honey is making honey butter for biscuits!

  8. I love adding honey to my peanut butter sandwiches.

  9. Oh, the list is endless! Biscuits, tea, peanut butter sandwiches, pancakes, a recipe we make called Corn Fritters, toast, etc...

  10. Tell me in the comments below what you love to put honey on!

    peanut butter toast baby!

  11. I like to put honey on everything :) I like to use honey instead of processed sugar, or other sweetener. I add to my tea every morning.

  12. As silly as it sounds I love to put honey on corn muffins, makes it taste great and I guess that is how they got me to eat corn muffins years ago, now all corn muffins need honey

  13. I like honey on toast!

  14. I like honey in tea and the whole family loves honey baked chicken.

  15. Honey and fresh squeeze lemon juice, so good to soothe sore throat.

  16. I love to put honey on biscuits, so good!

  17. I would put some on a whole wheat bagel.

  18. I love to put honey on apples and peaches.

  19. I love to put honey on warm biscuits straight out of the oven!

  20. I would love to put this on toast in the morning!

  21. i like it on biscuits

  22. I add it to my oatmeal and my tea in the mornings

  23. I love to put honey on my bagels.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

  24. I love honey in my tea!!! Also love to use it in marinade!!!

  25. I love to put honey on my Peanut butter sandwitch


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