In a hive, there can be up to 60,000 working drones. These honey bees start the procedure by gathering bloom nectar, which they at that point separate into basic sugars and store in honeycombs. The one of a kind state of the honeycombs, blended in with the steady fanning from the honey bees’ wings, causes dissipation. This makes a thick, sweet substance we call nectar. In light of the bloom nectar gathered, the nectar can differ in shading and flavor.
The hive is the place where the honey is collected. Bees gather honey for their colonies. The surplus collection of honey is where the honey is extracted which sums up about 20-25kg annually. That is when beekeepers extract the excess honey and leaving brood as is.
Beekeepers scraps off the sealed caps made by bees to seal off cells on the honeycomb to gather honey. When the caps are scrapped, the frames go into honey extractor machine. Frames are centrifuged which forces honey out of the comb and drips on to the extractor funnel.
After the honey is separated from the comb, it is poured through a mesh screen of different sizes to filter out any wax pieces or any particles to the storage container. This entire process is mechanical and cold. It is then filled into bottles directly without any other process with honey and no additives which makes it raw.