Hi @SnowflakeHoney, based on my understand of honey, it might taste a bit difference. Reason is that based on the traditional method where the honeycomb is crush to extract the honey, and by crushing it will generate some heat, the heat will destroy the enzyme inside the honey and cause it to adulterate. I ever bought a wild honey from the locals in malaysia and it is a very active honey. I can see bubbling near the top of the honey and the honey even contain dead bees inside. lol. For the tasting part, it tasted great and i can sense the burning sensation when i gulp down the honey without mixing any water.
For the bee keeping in singapore, it is due to the dense population of people in singapore, it is hard to be a bee keeper. If anyone along the way being sting by a bee, the government will come down hard to remove the bee hive. sigh. May be in the future i will migrate somewhere else to have my own small bee farm.
Btw Alan, how big is the honey that you have now? I will pay you the shipping cost to ship it to my place. I am eager to try out those honey If i get addicted to it, i might order more in the future Thanks.