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The Buzz in Jamaica

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Jamaica, a Caribbean island nation, has a lush topography of mountains, rainforests and reef-lined beaches. Many of its all-inclusive resorts are clustered in Montego Bay, with its British-colonial architecture, and Negril, known for its diving and snorkeling sites. Jamaica is famed as the birthplace of reggae music, and its capital Kingston is home to the Bob Marley Museum, dedicated to the famous singer.

Capital: Kingston

CurrencyJamaican Dollar

Population: 2.828 million 

Prime ministerAndrew Holness

Official language: English

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A tropical
Paradise

Jamaica's tropical climate brings warmth all year round, but the winter and spring are classed as the dry season. While showers are possible all year round, February is the driest month on average, with about 15mm expected, or roughly 3 rainy days. Sunshine amounts peak through February - April with 9 hours per day.

All over the world the best known Hungarian honey of all types is the acacia honey. It has special quality and our Hungaricum is requested in abroad as well. All over -Europe we have the most coherent acacia tree forests, the one fifth part of the domestic forest stand is acacia. Moreover, the biggest part of it is pure stand acacia forest. 

Varieties of honey 

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Jamaican logwood

Tropical pollination from logwood blooms. The logwood tree was brought to Jamaica where the sap was used for dying textile and hair. The raw honey has a distinctive amber color and delicious flavor.

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Jamaican Mango Blossom

Mango Blossom Honey is a light, delicate honey with a smooth texture, an intense sweetness and tropical, fruity notes throughout. You'll absolutely love the flavors and aromas this honey offers!

Health Properties

  • Treatment for upper respiratory diseases

  • Strengthens the immune system

  • Promotes Digestion

  • Liver regenerative

  • Detoxifying effect

  • Bone strength

Logwood honey is exclusive to Jamaica, Belize, Grenada and Brazil. The pollination produces honey that is outstanding, uncommon, distinctive and delicious. British brought the Logwood tree to Jamaica, where its sap was used for dying textile and hair. Flowers from the logwood are plentiful and sweet. The Logwood is even thought to have medicinal properties. Tea made from the tree contains triple anti-oxidants and is currently being tested as a possible cure for certain types of cancer.

Health Properties

  • Allergy relief

  • Burns & wound care

  • Anti-inflammatory properties

  • Blood pressure regulation

Mango Blossom Honey was harvested from the tropical island of Jamaica where the bees are surrounded by lush jungles, beautiful beaches, rare flowers, and temperate climates. The bees are one of the many insects that help to pollinate the juicy, sweet mangos growing in the fertile tropics soil.

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Try Jamaican Honey

Jamaican Logwood Honey 

255 g (Est. 9oz)

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- SOLD OUT - 

Jamaican Mango Blossom

255g (Est. 9 oz)

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- SOLD OUT - 

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