Well, work with beekeepers from across Georgia to collect the most delicious raw honey. Our task is to give a small farm the opportunity to increase the number of bee populations. Bees, in turn, pollinate honey plants and retain their habitat. Thus, by our common cause, we contribute to solving the global problem — the extinction of honeybees.
In the summer season of 2022, we extended our product line. To chestnut, linden and acacia honey, we have added one more variety for export: a mix of chestnut and linden. However, it should be mentioned that we do not mix them in production. The apiaries are located in the highlands of the Adjara region where bees collect nectar from both linden and chestnut trees. The mixing process takes place naturally, in the hives. This honey has a rich taste, deep amber color and amazingly delicious aroma. Light bitterness from chestnut gives a spicy aftertaste. This honey is a perfect accompaniment to red wine and aged cheese.
Now the pandemic is over, but we continue to eat and sell honey by Lamaria, expand production, save bees and thank our partners, distributors and sellers for their trust and cooperation.