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Find Your Ideal Honey: Discover the Best Variety for Every Use

Sl NoHoney VarietyUnique Use CaseColorTaste Notes

Honey Gulkand

Luxurious, sun cooked, rose petal spread for desserts, beverages and breads. Excellent to fight constipation and heat.

Light amber to golden

Sweet, floral


Mustard Raw Honey

Thick consistency ideal as a spread on breads and as a face mask to treat dry skin

White Crystallized

Sweet, citrusy and mildly earthy


Forest Raw Honey

Give your meats and vegetables a tasty honey coatingGolden amber to dark brown

Complex, earthy and robust


Black Forest Raw Honey

Rich, deep flavors for baking and dark saucesDark amber to deep brownRich, intense, woodsy

Little Bee Raw Honey

Everyday sweetener for teas, baking, and general useLight amber to goldenMild, sweet, with a delicate floral aroma

Kashmir Acacia Honey

Sweetening teas and yogurts without overwhelming flavorVery light amber to almost colorlessDelicate, floral, with hints of vanilla, incredibly mild

Apple Cider Honey Vinegar

Detox routines and digestive supportGolden amberTangy with a subtle honey sweetness

Nigella Raw Honey

Supporting liver health and cholesterol managementDark amber

Warm, smoky with a nutty aftertaste


Karanj Raw Honey

Topical skincare routines to explore antibacterial propertiesAmber to dark amberEarthy, slightly bitter, may have hints of sweetness

Clover Raw Honey

Ideal sweetener for light teas and desserts

Light to medium amberMild, sweet, classic honey flavor

Lychee Raw Honey

Sweet and fruity touch for beverages and dessertsLight to medium amberSweet, fruity, with a delicate lychee flavor

Tulsi Raw Honey

Boosts immune system, helps with respiratory ailments when consumed with black pepper/ginger

AmberSweet with subtle hints of Tulsi (Holy Basil)

Eucalyptus Raw Honey

Treats colds and coughs, antimicrobial propertiesMedium to dark amberStrong menthol flavor, sweet undertones, potentially woody notes

Jamun Honey Vinegar

Adding a sweet and tangy balance to salad dressings. Also aids in weight loss

Amber to dark amberSweet and tart, with hints of the Jamun fruit

Jamun Raw Honey

Used in blood sugar management. Consumption as advised by doctor

Dark amberSweet with slightly earthy undertones, potential berry notes

Acacia Raw Honey

Excellent pairing with a wide variety of cheeses and complements use in beverages

Very light amber to almost colorless

Delicate, floral with hints of vanilla


Coriander Raw Honey

Creating unique dipping sauces and chutneys. Also aids digestive and anti-inflammatory needsMedium to dark amber

Warm with the flavor of toasted coriander notes


Himachal Multi Floral Raw Honey

Suitable for both culinary uses and wellness remediesLight to dark amberComplex, varies by floral source, balanced sweetness

Sidr Raw Honey

Premium choice for wellness. Enhances metabolism and supports digestive health

Golden amber to rich amberButterscotch-like, complex sweetness

Neem Raw Honey

Preferred for its antibacterial properties and blood sugar management. Consumption as advised by doctor

Dark amber to brown

Sweet, woodsy and complex


Ajwain Raw Honey

Aids digestion and relieves indigestion

Medium to dark amberSweet with distinct notes of Ajwain (carom seeds)

Fennel Raw Honey

Soothes the stomach, improves digestion with a gentle herby flavorLight to medium amberSweet with a distinct licorice-like, slightly herby flavor

Important Notes on Using Raw Honey

  • Preserve Natural Benefits: Consume raw honey in its pure form to maximize its numerous health benefits. If you need to dilute it, use only room temperature or lukewarm water. Avoid using hot water as it can destroy the honey’s beneficial properties.
  • Heating Hazards: Never heat honey as it alters its chemical composition, changing its beneficial nature to potentially harmful. According to Ayurveda, heated honey creates ‘Ama’—toxic byproducts that disrupt digestion and impair nutrient absorption and waste elimination.

Guidelines for Use in Beverages

  • Tea and Coffee: To retain the therapeutic qualities of honey, add it to your tea or coffee only after the beverage has cooled to a drinkable temperature. This prevents the degradation of honey’s healthful attributes.

Health and Safety Notices

  • Diabetic Considerations: If you have diabetes, consult with your healthcare provider before incorporating honey into your diet. It’s essential to align its consumption with your total carbohydrate management plan.
  • Allergy Information: Those with allergies to honey or pollen should consult an allergist to determine if raw honey is safe for consumption and in what amounts.
  • Infant Warning: Do not give honey to children under the age of 12 months. Honey can contain Clostridium botulinum spores, which infants’ digestive systems are too immature to handle safely.


  • Cooking with Honey: Regular cooking with honey is not recommended. High temperatures can diminish its health benefits and produce unwanted chemical changes.