CANDID REVIEW – Royal Bee Brothers Honey

As an ardent tea-lover, I try to find out products associated with tea. Honey is one of the great sources of nature which we can not deny. As we know the different benefits f honey, I want to share some facts about ‘honey’ and tea without mentioning all of them again.

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  • Honey with tea is beneficial for the heart as it cut the risk of heart disease
  • It strengthens bone muscles
  • It is rich with antioxidants which renew skin cells and gives a young glow from inside
  • Tea and honey gives you healthy skin by fighting with acne and flushing out toxins from the body
  • they keep the mouth clean and fights bad breathe
  • They manage cholesterol and good for brain function
  • Honey with tea improves hair growth and build up defensive capabilities of the immune system

About the honey

Various kind of tea helps to purify your body and mind in multiple ways. If you love to have your tea a little sweet like me, you will need to try honey with it. As in the market, we get all the known honey brands, which I have tried for years, but never got that satisfaction we used to have in our childhood with the honey directly from the hive.

Yes, I always had pure honey in my childhood, so I know the exact smell and taste. After a long time, I got that authentic taste and odour in ‘The Royal Bee Brothers’ honey. I chose it from many other brands to try out, and here is my opinion on it.

What the brand claims –

The Royal Bee Brothers say that they collect the honey from Himalayan foothill regions and the honey is raw, unprocessed, unheated and unpasteurized. The tribal forest honey from the brand is bee pollen enriched super-food that contains amino acids, vitamins, minerals and micro enzymes. It has anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.

They are quoting their words – “The collected honey manually packed in glass bottles after one layer filtering with a cotton cloth. We sell the honey in its most natural raw form. It has all beneficial enzyme and pollen intact. Ethical forest honey harvesting practices both protect and promote the well-being of the natural environment. It works in harmony with the wildlife, landscape and local communities.

We always do everything by hand. We value the importance of artisan production— this extends to our shopping habits as well.”

My opinion on it 

First of all, let me tell you I am impressed with the look of the bottle. It is a heavy glass bottle with jute cover in the lid. It has a beautiful tribal handmade hanging ring with it which looks stunning. They gave one wooden honey deeper stick which looks so cute with the bottle. The bottle came with two sample satchel, which is a nice touch in my view. I loved the packaging and the product though I bought it from Amazon, but want to order from their website next time.

It tastes and smells just like real honey o me and I felt excellent after having it. I am using it for a few days, and it is a feel-good feeling for me to have it raw and with my chamomile and green tea. It took time to dissolve in water which is a sign of real honey, as fake honey will dissolve right away.

General Information you might need

Product Name – Royal Bee Brothers Tribal Forest Honey

Weight – 500 grams

Colour – Dark brown

Taste – natural sweetness

Smell – little pungent and raw smell

Price – INR 799 (as on 23rd January 2021)

Website – https://www.royalbeebrothers.com/

Instagram – Royal Bee Brothers (@royalbeebrothers) • Instagram photos and videos

I bought from – https://www.amazon.in/RaktBeej-Harvested-Natural-Preservative-Artificial/dp/B08GYND718/ref=sr_1_1?crid=32OINKG79JY0I&dchild=1&keywords=royal+bee+brothers&qid=1611379402&sprefix=royal+bee%2Caps%2C319&sr=8-1

Rate it – 5/5

Will I repurchase it?

Yes. I will definitely go for it again and try out the other options from the same brand.

Disclaimer: This product is bought by me and not sent for review. I am sharing my honest opinion and experience through my article.

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