Forrest Honey

Interesting Information about Honey

What is Forrest Honey?

To produce forrest Honey, bees are not collecting necatar from blossoms. They collect honey dew. Honeydew is descreted by Insect spezialists: Rhynchota, Coccina, Aphids, Psyllina. They suck plant juice from trees. They are interested in other compounds and filtrate them out and change it from its origin. It is not only a filtrate, it is a product produced by these insects, like honey is a product by bees. While changing it, not every plant is similiar. Its composition is different and varies from plant to plant and even from every kind of insect to another. For example, there are Spruce (Picea abies), Fir (Abies alba), Pine (Pinus sylvestris), Larch (Latrix decidua), Oak (Quercus petraea / Quercus robur), Mapple (Acer pseudoplatanus / Acer platanoides / Acer campestre).
This special honey is precios and rich of its incredients, for example minerals and enzymes. In generell, Forrest Honey is dark, rich of minerals and spicy.
Forrest honeys compounds are: 16 % H²O, 38 % Fructose (Laevulose, Fructose), 27 % Dextrose (Glucose), 3 % Saccharose, 9 % Dextrine, 7 % Acids and minerals (in average).

Sugar cristals
Plant sucking louses Plant sucking louses
Fig. (above left) Sugar Cristals from Forrest Honey and (below left and right) Plant sucking louses