The honey derived from the nectar of black locust tree on which the bees pollinate. It is almost transparent and raw in nature without any adulteration. Please note,over time, the honey will darken and flavor will change into a more fruity flavour but it will be safe to eat indefinitely.
How should we use it?
Pour it on nuts and fruits like figs, apricots etc. Add it in cream, yoghurt or milk based desserts to substitute sugar.
What does it taste like?
Fruity, fresh and delicate flavour. Aromatic and light in flavour with a musky smell of saffron. Rich in antioxidants and a good source of Vitamin C and magnesium.
We’re climbing walnut trees with sticks in Kashmir’s Harvan area and plucking green walnuts. They are oval in shape with hard, lime green skin. The green walnuts are later broken by hand. The harvest is in full swing so get your hands on some of these delicious nuts. Shipping worldwide! 🦯🌳☀️
Generations of craftsmen in Kashmir adopted techniques of art over centuries from travelling artisans, most recently in the 15th century from the followers of King Zain-ul-Abidin. A collective of woodcarving, copper engraving, carpet weaving and hand-made paper pulp art called Papier-Mache.