Kelulut honey: a health elixir from stingless bees

Kelulut honey: a health elixir from stingless bees. [Newspaper] (2016)


I guess this stingless bee honey must be having much less sugar content than regular honey – hence the tangy flavour. It’s also not as “heaty” as normal honey. I wrote about the rearing of meliponines (stingless bees) sometime in 2014 and have always assumed the taste of kelulut honey, derived from plant resins the bees use to build their hives and honey pots, is sweet.

Item Type: Newspaper
Keywords: Stingless bee, Madu kelulut, Trigona, Propolis, Penternak madu kelulut, Beekeeper
Taxonomy: By Subject > Plantation & Agrotechnology > Plantation and Agribusiness Management
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Depositing User: Haryati Ramlee
Date Deposited: 23 Mar 2021 05:40
Last Modified: 23 Mar 2021 05:40
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