Rare Harvest Mad Honey 220 Grams (7.7 oz)

$ 399.00

The rarest form of Mad honey is harvested above 3500 meters from sea level. Few bees living above 3500 meters make it extremely difficult to harvest honey. And, only 200 jars of honey can be produced in a year.

All kinds of Mad honey are traditionally harvested with hunters descending cliffs with man-made ladders to harvest honey nestled beneath jagged overhangs. They squeeze the comb making the honey rich in pollen and bringing out the strong flavor with a strong aroma. It does not need further processing as it is filtered to remove external particles and packed in their most natural forms.

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Aroma: Mad honey exudes a sweet yet potent aroma of rhododendron, reminiscent of a harmonious bouquet of flowers. Some also note an essence akin to a blend of blossoms within a single bottle. A flowery and beer-like scent has also been attributed to mad honey by certain individuals.

Consistency: In contrast to other honeys, mad honey boasts a less viscous consistency. With a moisture content of approximately 24%, it stands apart from conventional honey, which typically contains around 18% moisture.

Taste: The unparalleled taste of mad honey is what distinguishes it and makes it a favored choice over regular honey. Alongside its sweetness, this robust honey carries a tanginess. Upon consumption, a subtle tingling sensation may grace the back of your throat. It might even evoke a slight, pleasant burn on your tongue.

Hand-Squeezed Honey: The traditional harvesting of mad honey involves comb squeezing, resulting in a pollen-rich honey that delivers a potent flavor.

Light Fermentation: Due to its higher moisture content, mad honey experiences light fermentation. Proper storage in cool, dry spaces is recommended, along with thorough stirring before consumption.

Ingredients: 100% Mad honey.

Harvest Regions: Eastern, Central, Western, Mid- Western and Far-Western Region of Nepal, including Lamjung, Rukum, Jajarkot, Solukhumbu, Parbat, Baglung among 15 districts of Nepal

Source: Derived from nectar gathered from white Rhododendron of the Ericaceae family, specifically from Aconitum app and Entada scandens.

Post-processing: This mad honey undergoes minimal processing; it remains unpasteurized and unaltered, with only the removal of external particles through filtration. It is packed in its raw, most natural form.

Season: Harvested during the spring season.

Certification: Our Mad honey is certified by the Government of Nepal Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development, Department of Food Technology and Quality Control, Kathmandu Nepal.

100% Organic: The bees responsible for this honey are wild, residing far up in the remote mountains, miles away from human settlements. Thus, this honey is 100% organic.