On demand images of isodon rugosus honey

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  1. ajaz

    ajaz New Member

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    Transparent honey



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  2. ApisBees

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    Gorges water white honey almost has a green tinge to it. Have no idea what it tastes like but would love to fry some some day.
    Thanks for posting and sharing.
     

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    Your honey is most unusual. I have never seen such "water-white" honey before. Do you generally bottle it this way? Can I assume froom the narrow-necked bottle that it doesn't tend to crystalize?
    The background that is visible in some of the shots is quite remarkable---really beautiful unspoiled nature. I envy and admire your ability to do your migratory beekeeping in such a lovely environment. Hope your yield was good and gave you a nice profit.
     
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    :coolphotos:!!!!

    wow thanks ajaz for sharing your pictures! and also from what plant, i had to look it up, and like apis, would be very cool to try it!
     
  5. ajaz

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  6. ajaz

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    @ efmesch
    I never sold bottle of honey
    Market is far and I only own plastic grade containers....
    Due to lack of glass container
    I cleaned some rum and whisky bottles and pour honey....
    I can see anything from it very clear view...
    Rates are good at least $ 8 per kg but only for this honey

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