THE EASTERN HIMALAYAN FOREST HONEY comes from the native Indian wild bees and not from the imported and domesticated honeybees. To simplify, its the same comparison as a grass fed A2 Gir cow ghee with the ghee of hybrid cow. Coming from the deep forest ensures that the bees only collect nectar and pollen from wild flowers far away from the areas where any chemicals are used. It also ensures that bees were not fed sugar, medicines or antibiotics ( a common practice in box type bee-keeping ). The Eastern Himalayan Forest Honey is free from any kind of chemicals.
"EVERY JAR CAN BE UNIQUE - WE DON'T CONTROL NATURE"
Each jar of the Eastern Himalayan Honey might be different as we are not in the business of controlling Mother Nature. The colour, viscosity, taste, aroma and texture of honey completely depend on temperature, humidity, kind of flowers and many other reasons. This is the beauty of Mother Nature. Let Mother Nature surprise you...
TBIC: Hand-picked finest produce of India for the world. TBIC is a human venture where the aim is to make quality the forte. All our products are ethically sourced directly from Adivasis and farmers of India.
THE MURMU EASTERN HIMALAYAN FOREST HONEY: The mighty Himalayas, from where the life-giving rivers flow, trickles another liquid of gold which nourishes human life: The Eastern Himalayan Forest Honey. Untouched by human activities the native wild bees collect the purest nectar from the indigenous flowers later to be harvested by the sons and packed by the daughters of the land. TBIC has joined hands with the members of the Murmu tribe to collect the finest wild honey from the forest area. THE MURMU TRIBE: One of the Santhal clans they inhabit the forests of Jharkhand, West Bengal, Orissa and Chhattisgarh. The most notable figures from the tribe were Sidhu, Kanhu Chand & Bhairav Murmu who led the 1855 Santal Rebellion against the British. Not any less brave were the tribal girls: Phulo & Jhano Murmu. Wielding their axes, they entered the British camp and eliminated 21 soldiers. They regard the forests as their mother and only take what is needed and which can regenerate.
Must-Read Features :
Thickness - Less thick than any commercial honey as it's not heated to make it thick.
Colour - Mostly yellowish which keeps on changing according to the flower’s pollen. We don't add any colour.
Visibility - Not very transparent as it is full of pollen and not filtered.
Aroma - Earthy & Rich. A young kid said it smells like trees and forest
Net Weight : 500g