Extraction of isodon rugosus

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  1. ajaz

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    Extraction of isodon rugosus from today for seven days in images keep visiting
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    Hi Ajaz nice to see you are back I take it you have been busy moving bees to the blooms. nice looking honey from all the new white comb being drawn we can cee the flow is on. what dose isodon rugosus honey tast like? Strong of mild flavor? Full sweet taste or leaves a bit of an after taste? Fruity, herb, floral, or nutty flavor?
    thanks for posting the photos.
     
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    :coolphotos:I love the photos across the top of the comb. :thumbsup:
     
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    @apisbee
    I think isodon rugosus is full of healing properties...
    Taste is great sweeeeeeet....
    The best part it never crystallizes..... At least not before two years...
    Production is less.. It is why west traders did not buy this honey.... They think if natural arrives in western market then organic will be lost... And its rate is Lil bit high in local market we sell.... Around 8-10$

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    Hi ajaz,
    Glad that you found the time to photograph and post the pics to us. Could you sent us a picture of a bottle filled with the Isodon rugosus honey. I'd love to see the color of the honey that comes out of those beautiful white combs. Seeing it helps to smell and taste that great sweeeeeeet taste from the mind's eye to the mind's nose and tongue.
    ​I hope you have a good yield.