In Honor of Teresa

August 23, 2022

In Honor of Teresa

Born in Madrid, Teresa Berganza studied music in the same city. Focusing on piano and voice brought her immediate recognition as a premiere artist. She has won numerous awards and accolades for her singing talent. On the international stage, she has performed in many renowned operas and is considered one of the preeminent operatic performers. Because of Teresa’s extraordinary talent, inspirational voice, and personality, Amen Bee will proudly be labeling our new Orange Blossom Honey “Theresa.” The honey will be provided in a beautiful custom-designed hexagon jar and will be available in the Fall. We have provided a link to a video of Teresa for your viewing and listening please. 

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