The worker bees forage for nectar from flowers, and upon returning to the hive, they store nectar in the honeycombs. They then fan their wings at the combs to remove the moisture from the nectar and finally cap the honeycomb with a layer of wax. These liquid in the capped honeycomb is the honey you are looking at now. Depending on the weather, flower source and other environmental factors, the taste (slightly bitter, sour or sweet), colour (darker and lighter) and viscosity (slightly watery or slightly sticky) of the honey can vary. Some of the honey we found in supermarket shelves are pasteurized (heated at 70 degrees Celsius or more, followed by rapid cooling) for commercial and transport purpose. Thus, they look clean, or sometimes more sticky. Our honey is 100% pure, raw and real. We harvest our honey straight out from the bee hives, and pour them into the jar through a sieve to filter the unwanted honeycomb debris. Sometimes you may even find some debris in our jar but they are totally safe for consumption.