Forest Honey is dark brown with distinguishable flavours. It is usually liquid.Rich in minerals, Forest Honey is often dark in colour and thick. It stays liquid for longer than most other honeys.
Oak Forest honey is especially tasty
• Appearance : While liquid, the colour is dark brown, or almost black. The consistency is either liquid or thick and pasty.
• Smell : The strong odour smells of the forest underbrush.
• Taste : Forest Honey has a woody, tannic taste.
Rich in trace minerals. Forest Honey can be liquid, solid, or creamy
so be sure to have a honey drizzler on hand.
Honeybees produce Forest Honey and Fir Tree Honey using a sweet substance known as honeydew that’s secreted by aphids. In fact, the aphid ingests the tree sap before releasing this delicacy.