On sunny late summer days, the bees from the coniferous and deciduous trees of the forest gather this honeydew honey, which is dark in color and tangy in taste. Honeydew is formed when other insects pierce the sieve tube system of the needles and leaves. The bees then collect and enrich it with the body's own substances.
Nectar & honeydew / forest honey
Due to its natural state, honey is not suitable for infants under 12 months.
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