Sundarban Honey is collected from the wildflowers of the open mangroves of West Bengal. This Honey is collected in traditional way from beehives of wild forest.Spring brings flowers to Sundarban. First to arrive are the flowers of Kholisha plants. Then Possur trees bloom. Finally the Goran trees' flowers appear. Many other plants also bloom - such as the beautiful purple Hargoza flowers - but these three flowers are special. They have nectar that bees collect.
Thus it is that every year over two hundred tons of honey (and a smaller amount of beeswax) is collected from the wild beehives of Sundarban. Since it is a reserve forest, honey-collection from the forest is by government permit. The honey hunting season officially opens on April 1.
|Sample Policy :||Yes|
|Packaging Info :||Jerry Can|
|Delivery Info :||72 Hours Delivery|