It is a common practice among beekeepers to heat honey to remove crystals and reduce moister content. However excessive heat can have detrimental effects on the nutritional value of honey. That’s why we have decided not to heat honey in any phase.

In this way it remains just the way it is. Tasteful, aromatic but also very nutritious.



You are also advised to do the same thing. If your honey has crystallized, simply heat a pan of water with low heat (no more than 40 degrees) and place your honey jar inside.
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Made out of 100% Natural Beeswax

Over the past few years, in beekeeping operations, it is also quite common to use artificial honeycombs made of wax of unknown origin; some of them may even contain mixtures of artificial substances, such as paraffin.

In this context and in order to have absolute control over the quality of our honey, we built our own process, using the wax our bees make to seal their honeycomb cells, also known as honey cappings. So we clean and heat the collected beeswax and pour it over a honeycomb matrix.

This process may take more time and effort. But at the end of the day, it’s those details that ensure the “Pure” of Pure Mother Bee and make the difference in its taste and aroma.


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