Honey from your Black Forest bee keeper - forest honey in a 500g jar

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  • The forest honey you are buying is a genuine and healthy natural product from a bee keeper. And your purchase helps to protect the ecological balance of our flora in the Black Forest. Black Forest bees fly to millions of honeydew drops in the summer to collect the dew for a jar of forest honey. That is a sign to the bee keeper that the bees in the Black Forest really feel at home. The bee keeper also contributes by keeping the bees in the proper manner.
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Black Forest Honey

Black Forest Honey

Order No.: 141100000501

  • Quantity: 500g
  • Package: 1 glass
Content: 0.5 kg (17.00 € / 1 kg)
8.50 €
Shipping weight 1,3 kg

Delivery time: 3-5 Workdays


Product information "Honey from your Black Forest bee keeper - forest honey in a 500g jar"

  • Aroma: Not all honey is the same. Every individual honey has its own distinctive character. The Black Forest and its bee keepers are famous for their honeydew and forest honey. The extensive wooded areas provide a wide range of different forest honey. However, this honey cannot be collected every year as the formation of honeydew is weather-dependent. Honeydew comes from different deciduous and coniferous trees and always has a dark tinge. It is particularly rich in minerals and the tangy, spicy and powerful aroma makes it an exquisite delicacy.
  • Honey in food:Honey is a natural sweetener and one of the oldest as well and is ascribed many healthy qualities. The positive effect of warm milk and honey on sore throats or in the case of catarrh is well known as is the soothing effect of honey in the evening. Forest honey, fir honey and silver fir honey are particularly soothing. It is less well known that a teaspoon of honey each day, taken over an extended period, can have a beneficial effect on the general well-being of older people.
  • Manufacturing process:The extraction of the honey is the highlight of every bee keeper's calendar. He/she removes the full honeycombs from the beehive and the harvest can begin. Complete hygiene is absolutely crucial here. Honey is a foodstuff and there is no room for compromises. For that reason, the extractor and the filling vessel are made of stainless steel. Bees store the honey in the honeycombs and cover it with a thin layer of wax. This has to removed as the first step before the honey can be extracted. The honey flows out of the honeycomb due to the centrifugal force in the extractor. The freshly extracted honey can now be put in jars.
  • Quality criteria:Our honey conforms to the quality guidelines of the German Bee Keepers Association (Deutscher Imkerbund e.V.), which are stricter than the requirements of the German food regulations. The criteria are: A) Exclusively German honey detectable by an analysis of pollen. B) The water content must be less than 18% measured by a calibrated refractometer. The lower the content, the fuller the aroma. C) The honey must be 'natural'. That entails invertase activity of at least 64 units (U/kg) Siegenthaler. If that measured value is exceeded then it's guaranteed that the honey has not been heat treated. In addition, a maximum hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) content of 15mg/kg. HMF is a sugar decomposition product of sugar caused by overheating and improper storage. Carefully produced and correctly stored honey has a low measurement. It must also contain all the components of honey. That means nothing must be added or taken away. This ensures the valuable pollen is in every honey.
  • Storage and Consumption:It is best to store your honey in a dry, dark and cool place (not in the fridge). If the honey crystallises or becomes hard, it can be softened again by warming gently in a bain-marie. Ensure the honey is not heated above 40° Celsius. Some of the anti-bacterial properties are destroyed by high temperatures. The official recommendation is to avoid giving honey to babies up to the age of 12 months. This is due to their immune systems not being fully developed.
  • Recipe:Forest honey is ideal for making sauces from game to sweet and sour. A recommendation from Black Forest Maria: A marinade for chicken. Ingredients for four portions: 1 tbsp forest honey, 3 tbsp olive oil, 3 tbsp soy sauce, 3 tbsp medium dry white wine, 1tbsp balsamic vinegar, 1 tbsp lemon or lime juice, 1 tsp mustard, 2 tbsp tomato purée, 2 cloves of crushed garlic, 1 tsp of rosemary, 1 tsp of oregano, ½ tsp of cinnamon, 1 tsp of salt, 1 tsp of pepper, 1 tsp of paprika, 2 dried chilli peppers, 800g of chicken breast / Preparation: mix all the ingredients except for the chicken to form a thick marinade. Spread the marinade over the chicken and store for at least two hours.
  • Did you know that...A bee brings back 50mg of nectar in each flight. That produces 10mg of honey – It takes 50,000 flights to produce 500g of honey. Assuming the meadow is 1km away, that means the bees cover 100,000km for a jar of honey – A 100g of wax requires 125,000 flakes of wax, which the bees secrete from glands – 1,200g of wax is needed to build the honeycomb in a hive. For that the bees need about 7.5kg of honey and that takes 1.5 million flights – The worker bee lives for about 30 days and the winter bee for around 7 months – A hive of some 60,000 bees has just one queen – The queen lays 1,500 to 2,000 eggs a day: her own bodyweight – A healthy hive breeds 200,000 bees over a full season.
  • Informations about the VAT:If you select a delivery destination outside the EU in the checkout, the German VAT is deducted automatically.

Supplier description "Black Forest Honey"

Black Forest honey for hungry bears of all sizes

Yves runs a small apiary in Wutachtal in the southern Black Forest in his spare time. He has been producing 'Black Forest honey for hungry bears of all sizes' in his little apiary for over ten years. He learnt this traditional skill, strongly associated with nature, with his friends at the bee keeping association, which was founded in 1867. You can find out more about Yves in the About us section.

All bee keepers have a stock card for each bee colony, a type of diary with key information about the bee colonies. Each colony gets its own name to reflect its individual character. The current ones are: Ayoreo, Inuit, Samen, Utopier, Zapoteken and Zenú. Yves is happy to receive your suggestions for the new colonies formed in May.

The Black Forest honey available in this web shop is extracted by Yves or one of his fellow Black Forest bee keepers.

With 'Black Forest honey for hungry bears of all sizes' you are making a wise and sustainable choice of the best possible quality directly from a bee keeper from the Black Forest. You are also making a contribution to biodiversity in the Black Forest. The importance of bees is primarily measured by their ability to pollinate.

Genuine Black Forest honey direct from the bee keeper for hungry bears of all sizes.

All hand-crafted. All original from the Black Forest.


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