Onyx - Wild Forest
Botaniq’s Wild Forest Honey is also known as Honeydew Honey. Instead of gathering nectar from flowers, when making forest honey, bees collect honeydew from trees. It was once believed that the honeydew fell from the stars. More recently, people thought that the tree excreted it. In actuality, honeydew is excreted by aphids. Aphids eat tree sap, looking for amino acids. Once they’ve got what they need, they secrete what’s leftover back onto the tree. That sugary secretion is called honeydew.
Wonderfully, much of this region also has large areas of land that are remote, cut off from civilization and sparsely populated. Producing honey that is truly organic becomes a feasible option in this sort of place. For one, forest honey is less vulnerable to crystallization than regular honey. This is because it has lower glucose levels and a higher mineral content.
Botaniqs Wild Forest Honey also tends to be darker in color and it isn’t as sweet as flower honey. Flower honeys have such mild flavors that they are easy to substitute for other sweeteners in coffee, tea or virtually any recipe or dish.
Forest honeys tend to have stronger, bolder, more distinctive flavors. You may still love them spread on toast, but you may find that they conflict with the other flavors in some of your recipes. Forest honeys are often prized by chefs because of how beautifully they pair with certain foods, especially meats and cheeses.
All you have to do is drink or consume it regularly to get the maximum result.
Usage of Honey : You can replace Honey with sugar. You can also use it with breakfast , cerelac , milk drinks. You may still love them spread on toast, but you may find that they conflict with the other flavors in some of your recipes. Forest honeys are often prized by chefs because of how beautifully they pair with certain foods, especially meats and cheeses.