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Natural Bitter (Jamun) Honey

Rs. 270.00

Sustainably harvested through ancient, traditional methods from the hives of the Giant Rock Bee (Apis Dorsata) hanging on the high cliffs of the forests of the Nilgiris, this unique honey is the purest form of magic you can get your hands on!

Last Forest's bitter honey is collected from the hives of the Black Jamun Tree. The nectar of Black Jamun flowers is converted into honey by wild bees and add the tinge of bitterness to the taste. The wild honey is then collected by honey hunters, who separate it from the sweet honey to preserve the integrity of the flavour. It is the best substitute for those suffering from diabetes.



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Sustainably harvested through ancient, traditional methods from the hives of the Giant Rock Bee (Apis Dorsata) hanging on the high cliffs of the forests of the Nilgiris, this unique honey is the purest form of magic you can get your hands on!

Last Forest's bitter honey is collected from the hives of the Black Jamun Tree. The nectar of Black Jamun flowers is converted into honey by wild bees and add the tinge of bitterness to the taste. The wild honey is then collected by honey hunters, who separate it from the sweet honey to preserve the integrity of the flavour. It is the best substitute for those suffering from diabetes.

Based in the heart of Nilgiri Mountains, Last Forest Enterprise has been a market intermediary for wild forest produce that is harvested by indigenous communities since 2010. These communities are working on forest and agriculture produce, which are natural, wild and local. Last Forest’s honey, a key forest procure, is harvested by honey hunters from indigeneous communities at great risk, but with tremendous tradition and culture encapsulated into the activity. The honey has been sustainably harvested for thousands of years from honey cliffs and bee-nesting trees during April to July each year.