Please tell us a little about what types of scones are offered daily?
We typically offer 10-12 different scone varieties daily. They are all baked fresh and consist of a mix of sweet, savory, and traditional. Usually in the mix are several berry or fruit scones, a couple of savory selections that might include cheese and/or nuts, and at least two traditional British scones. We also do a bite-sized scone we call SconeBits (two flavors) and we make available house-made Devonshire cream, lemon curd, and jam.
What sets Savannah Scone apart?
One thing that differentiates us in the market is that we only do scones. We’ve yet to find another bakery like that, in or around Savannah. When we say our scones are hand-crafted, there’s a lot of truth and labor that goes into that. Everything is made in very small batches, hand-formed, and never mixed by machine. The result is something quite different than you find in many other scones that are produced in larger quantities.
What is your favorite scone and why?
My favorite changes quite often (lol). Our Walnut Blue Cheese scone is a savory favorite of mine and serves quite well as an afternoon snack. Our plain British scone (The Royal) is also a great treat with Devonshire cream and lemon curd.
Is there a customer favorite that sells out quickly?
Please tell us what you consider the perfect order from Savannah Scone?
If you’re a cinnamon roll lover, try our Cinnamon Roll scone and a coffee. That’s a pair you may find hard to beat. We brew coffee from local Savannah roasters and customers often note how good it is. If you’re not a sweets person, our Cheddar Pecan, Walnut Blue Cheese, or Jalapeño Cheddar always make for a great afternoon snack. Because our menu changes weekly, there is always something new, or different, to try. We thrive on not making it easy for customers to pick.