This is my newest favorite breakfast. I used to toast English muffins and put crunchy peanut butter on them, but since I went to Savannah and bought honey from the Savannah Bee Company, I am totally addicted to their Orange Blossom honey.
They also have Tupelo, Black Sage, Sourwood, Winter White, just to name the ones I have tried. Tasting the differences in the Savannah Bee Company’s honey is a treat in itself. It was like going into a fine winery to have a wine tasting.
As soon as we walked into the store on River Street, I saw the testers lined up. And I was in love! After reading about it once upon a long time ago, the differences in the flavor of honey had been something that I had wanted to try out. It was totally the experience I thought it would be… and if you are ever in Savannah or Charleston, look up the Savannah Bee Company and do a little honey tasting. But in the meantime, check out their web site (click on their name in bold above) and read about why honey tastes different. I couldn’t believe the difference in the taste between them!
My very favorite is the Orange Blossom. Doesn’t that look buttery? It has a buttery, citrus flavor. I think I could just tip it up and drink it out of this bottle.
The breakfast isn’t that hard to make. Here are some easy directions: Cut the English muffin in half, toast, then add a bit of butter. Pour honey over muffin (although I have thought about pouring it all over everything… it’s that good).
While the muffin toasts, cut up a banana or strawberries, get out the grapes, kiwi, blueberries, whatever fruit suits your fancy.
Pop out the cork on your favorite honey and try to stop yourself from pouring the whole bottle over your muffin, fruit, in your coffee or tea, all over your fingers (so good to lick off, by the way) …