FAQs - Berry Honey


Question 1 

What is Monofloral Honey ? 


Monofloral honey is also called a Single Origin honey. It is a type of honey where the nectar is predominantly obtained from a one plant species. For example, our Acacia Honey has been collected from the nectar of a vast expanse of jungle dense with Acacia trees. This jungle is within 3 kilometer radius from the apiary site. 




Question 2

For how long can I keep my honey?


Honey being a supersaturated solution, contamination or growth of microorganism is nil. Therefore if stored properly honey can last long, regardless of the expiration date. Need to make sure that we use a dry spoon to scoop the honey and not drop any food particles in the honey bottle. The colour and texture may change which is natural. 




Question 3

I see some particles in my bottle of Honey, is it safe to consume? 


At TBOF, we do not heat our honey. After harvesting honey, we do a simple straining of the harvested honey through a cloth or mesh. This can result in small pollen grains, wax bits and propolis falling through the cloth or mesh. This is completely natural and safe to consume.