Archetypes of the complexity of honey varietals, wildflower honey are the product of an infinite combination of nectars, whose combinations of colors, scents and aromas are storytellers of the habitats they come from.
Fruited, floral, mentholated, tannic, caramelized, vanilla, bitter, undergrowth, balsamic, astringent, salty, phenolic, malted, plant, licorice, liquid or creamy smooth. The structure of Kerala Rainforest Honey itself changes every season depending on the time of harvest.
The fertile and well-watered lands of Kerala are known for the quality of spice and fruits produced. The forest types comprise thorny scrub forests, dry deciduous forests, high sholas and wet grasslands providing for a whole range of foraging options.
In Fact, the hill slopes of the Kerala region are also famous for the coffee plantations which often merge with the surrounding forests.