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LIQUID GOLD OF GEORGIA

Promoting Georgian honey for Georgian Beekeepers

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Destination East Greenland is just a short flight from Iceland but its culture and landscapes are a world away. In a land dominated by the Ice Cap and impossibly steep mountain ranges, 3,500 people have made their home.

Georgia: Land of the Oldest Honey

Georgia, the birthplace of wine, is also known as the land of the oldest honey discovered; Home for 13,000 flora species, blooming from semi desert to sub-tropical and alpine zones, Georgia is a true bliss for Caucasian Grey bee to make honey of distinguished taste. More than that, Georgia is one of the few places in the world, where wild bees are used by local people to produce wild honey called Jara. 

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Honey Varieties

Georgia creates ideal conditions for to the production of mono-floral and poly-floral honey: Chestnut, Alpine, Blossom, Acacia, Linden, Solidago and wild honey ‘Jara’.

GEORGIAN BEE

Georgia is the homeland of the world renowned Caucasian Grey Mountain Bee (Apis mellifera caucasica-Georgia). A complex climate and biodiversity of flora of Georgia has led to the evolution of the breed and has given it extraordinary characteristics.

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Destination East Greenland is just a short flight from Iceland but its culture and landscapes are a world away. In a land dominated by the Ice Cap and impossibly steep mountain ranges, 3,500 people have made their home.