Experience The Authentic Yemeni Sidr Honey
Royal Yemeni Sidr Honey
Nature's Wonders Have Never Tasted Sweeter!
But what makes our honey so special?
Yemeni Sidr Honey is one of the finest honeys in the world. Its elite reputation is built through the distinctive features of the sacred Sidr trees (Ziziphus spina Christi, L. Willd.). The Sidr tree has a unique, aromatic smell that easily attracts the bees that look forward to the rich feast served in the flower caps of these trees. The nectar produced inside the flowers is extremely potent and full of nutritional values which contribute to the medicinal qualities of the honey. The Sidr trees grow uncultivated in the desolated areas of Yemen, untouched by chemicals, drugs nor modern machinery. The honey is produced with traditional beekeeping methods that include only simple tools but a lot of diligence and well-preserved craft passed on to generations.
A product with no pesticides, toxins or antibiotics. Handmade raw honey containing vital enzymatic constituents preserved through the minimal processing and pasteurizing. Honey with a distinctive flavor, luring smell and numberless health properties- the Yemen Sidr Royal Honey.
The Story of the Little Boy and Sidr Honey
A video capturing the story of a little boy pursuing his love for the Sidr honey. This pursue became a mission to preserve the legacy of this unique honey from Yemen.. Enjoy!
Wadi Do'an, Hadramout, Yemen
Every year, thousands of semi nomadic beekeepers gather at the Wadi Do’an (Do’an Valley), the birthplace of the Yemeni honey, in the Hadramout desert, Yemen.
What @akramcooks Says about our Honey
After trying our Sidr honey through his friend, Akram Said, the famous Yemeni Chef, reached out to us to conduct his genuine none-affiliated review of our product! Here were his words :)
Hear it from our customers
"Purest, clearest, cleanest honey I’ve ever tasted. With an unmistakably unique aroma. Magnificent. A rare bacteria led me to this honey.. I am recovering well with right diagnosis and meds too of course."