Multiflora (Wildflower) Honey
This honey is produced by the bees that sucks nectar from various blossom/ flowers. It is also referred to as wildflower honey.
This honey is is usually produced by bees/aphid that collects nectar from trees, both conifers and deciduous and not from blossoms. It is also referred to as Honeydew.
This variety of honey helps us to experience the exotic flavor and benefits of tulsi blended with the sugariness of honey.
To overcome the typical ginger taste but to avail its benefits Ginger honey can be the most appropriate solution.
There is an peculiar variety of honey extracted from honey comb built in wild litchi tree that is well-known for its typical litchi flavor and glossy texture.
Flowers of black locust or false acacia (popularly knows as “The American Acacia”) is the source of blossom for the honey bees to collect pollen for making honey.