Want to discover some even more atypical new flavor ? What about trying Niaouli’s ? This special plant’s flowers - bee-pollinated – provide a prime honey. In order to produce this nectar, Ilanga Nature forages the ingredients within Madagascar south east coast primal forests, right in Manakara, land of virgin and lush greenery.
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Typical of the Red Island, Niaouli Honey is surely one of the most amazing honeys in the world. The niaouli is among the lush vegetation of primary forests in Southeastern Madagascar, in Manakara. Its exotic flavours with a mix of coffee, lemongrass, mango, vanilla provide an exceptional honey.
Niaouli Honey, a natural honey with many benefits
This pure natural honey is suitable for all kitchens. Its fresh, exotic notes surprise with a taste of salted butter caramel. Amateurs of strong honey will be delighted. It is ideal with a slice of wholemeal bread or tea in winter.
It comes from forests free of smoke and noise of the city. Healthy bees forage from flower to flower to produce good natural honey. Its finesse is unparalleled. Like its essential oil, Niaouli Honey is known for its virtues. It is an antibacterial and antiviral. It is very efficient in case of coughs, cold and flu. This honey is an ally for newly parents.
A honey that reflects the magical white flowers of niaouli
Niaouli is best known in perfumery. Its honey has a golden colour and liquid texture like Miel de Litchi at harvest time. Unlike this one, Niaouli Honey will keep its beautiful colour.
You can use it for many different recipes. Fans of natural beauty tips will love it. Nothing is better than a natural face mask made with Niaouli Honey. Its subtle aroma will carry you away to the natural environments where bees take the nectar.
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|Poids Net||140gr, 250gr|
|Conditionnement||Bocal en verre|
|Matières grasses (g)||0,5|