Bees have predominantly used nectar from Acacia flowers to make this honey
Liquid honey made naturally by bees
Acacia flower promotes oral health
It is soothing for pain relief
This honey is a product of nomadic beekeeping and is produced naturally.
It is unfiltered.
It is single strained to retain maximum pollen.
It contains other medicinal elements like beeswax and propolis
Honey procured through nomadic beekeeping benefits the environment by encouraging a symbiotic relationship between bees and plant biodiversity
Stir well before using. Add the honey to sweeten green tea , lemon juice or to drizzle onto your favourite fruit or warm toast.
Monofloral honey is delicious and is healthy for the whole family. A salad dressing with honey , cold pressed oil and lemon juice gives a well rounded flavour and is delicious with raw as well as grilled vegetables.
A honey and coconut cake is a splendid taste pairing. Honey is equally versatile to use in a buttercream frosting instead of refined sugar.
Honey with nuts of choice is an absolutely delightful way to satiate the sweet tooth.
Specific storage info
Store in a dry cool place .Part or full crystallization is a natural process.
It is neither artificially flavoured nor infused.It is procured through nomadic beekeeping.This product contains no additives, is free from artificial preservatives, synthetic fillers or binders. 100% natural.
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.
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.
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.