Lalibela bees are never fed sugar water or routine antibiotics.
Lalibela honey is not heat-treated, irradiated or processed in order to avoid damage to the natural sugars, vitamins, enzymes, minerals, aromatic substances and colour of the honey.
The Legend of Lalibela: Lalibela is an Ethiopian town named after St Lalibela, a 12 century Ethiopian monarch who was most renowned for the 11 rock-hewn churches he built in his capital. These edifices are among the major medieval monuments of Africa. According to legend, a dense cloud of bees surrounded the Prince Lalibela at the moment of his birth. His mother chose for him the name Lalibela, meaning "the bees recognize his sovereignty". Lalibela also means ‘honey eater’.
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Overall Rating4.5 out of 5 stars from 7 reviews Write a review
19 Jun, 2014, By Juanita
Got so sick and tired of honey not tasting like honey anymore so i tried Lalibela. Full marks! Its a must have item in my house now. I add a teaspoon of honey to my oats every morning. No need for sugar, milk or anything else. If you are looking for a great tasting honey i would definitely recommend this
Best honey Ive ever tasted!
11 Jun, 2014, By Nirvana
This honey has such a rich strong sweet taste! Absolutely delicious. I find I use a bit less of this honey than other brands because its sweeter. Im sure it might taste different throughout the year depending on what flowers the bees have access to but wow this was a good batch!
21 May, 2014, By Robyn
Im a huge raw honey fan and this is such a favourite. Its so rich and smooth. The bees must have access to some amazing blossoms!
12 Feb, 2014, By Shanaaz
This is the best Lalibela Natural Raw Honey - Wildflower honey I have ever tasted.
30 Nov, 2013, By Lana
Definitely a favourite!
I thought this honey was too sweet to be truly raw.
I thought this honey was too sweet to be truly raw...
This is the best honey I have ever tasted.
This is the best honey I have ever tasted. I love it!