Madagascar pink berries are not only impeccable to cheer your cuisine up! Did you know pink berries – AKA pink pepper and fake pepper - naturally sweet and mellifluous, fruitful and lightly peppery, could also be enjoyed as honey ? Come and meet this atypical flavour at Ilanga and bewilder your and your friend’s palates!
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Pink Berry Honey will also enhance the joyful moments shared with family. It will add a sweet note to holiday meals. Its sweetness will also arouse the taste buds in the morning. In addition, eating a spoonful of honey at night will help you sleep better. Always keep honey jar within reach for its countless benefits. Madagascar Pink Berry Honey has anti-inflammatory, healing and antiseptic properties. Its brown hue recalls Niaouli Honey, another natural honey with many virtues.
Much more than a promise of flavours to food enthusiasts, pink berries are little miracles of nature. Plants in tropical regions are melliferous. Pink Berry Honey tells the whole story of the population of a little known and remote part of the world. Many beekeeper families earn a decent annual income from our hives in the Midwest of Antananarivo, the centre of the island. These people face the sun and the rain to take care of the hives and bees which produce the pure honey. Indeed, the process is undertaken with no use of any machine. The aim is to ensure quality and also to provide work for beekeepers. The honey’s brown colour reflects top quality.
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