Types of Honey

The varieties of honey depend upon the flower and the location from where the honey is being extracted. India has been acclaimed, all over the world, for its varied weather patterns and different landscapes. These varying weather patterns and landscapes aid the hosting of different flora, eventually leading to the breeding of many varieties of honey. Due to such favourable natural factors, one can find different forms and types of honey in the country.

These differing forms of honey, generally, differ in their aroma, taste as well as some special characteristics which each one of them possesses. Kejriwal Honey has many such varieties of honey on offer for its clients. Some of them are mentioned below:

Rapeseed / Mustard Honey

  • White to light ambe
  • 18-85
  • Characteristic taste
  • Generally crystallized, enjoyable qualities and has a low acid content.

Eucalyptus Honey

  • From Extra light Amber to Amber
  • 35-114
  • Strong taste
  • Has a medicinal value, mostly organic in nature

Lychee Honey

  • White to Light Amber
  • 18-85
  • Pleasant aroma & Delicious flavor
  • Slightly acidic in nature

Sunflower Honey

  • Very attractive golden yellow color
  • 35-85
  • Very pleasant flavor
  • Reminiscent of the Sunflower Blossom

Karanj / Pongamia Honey

  • Extra light to Light Amber
  • 35-85
  • Very distinctive aroma and taste typical of the flower
  • Has Medicinal value

Multiflora Himalayan Honey

  • varies to white to extra light amber
  • 18-50
  • Excellent in taste
  • High Medicinal Values

Acacia Honey

  • almost colorless to white
  • 9-34
  • Harmonic taste and flavor of the Acacia blossom
  • Extremely heavy bodied

Wild Flora Honey

  • Extra Light Amber to Amber
  • 35-114
  • Rich in aroma
  • Rich medicinal values and organic in nature.

Multi Mono Floral Honey

  • Available in all hues from extra light to amber
  • 35-114
  • Pleasant flavor and aroma
  • Wide range of speciality honey

Other exotic varieties of Honey

Forest Honey

Collected from the virgin tropical forests of Jharkhand and Bengal. It is usually produced from trees and shrubs

Forest Honey varies in the mid-amber ranges in color generally. The darker honey tends to be more full-bodied and rich tasting – woody and warm.