Honey is that wonderful, sweet, sticky, golden-coloured liquid produced by bees.
It is a 100% natural sweetener.
Bees drink the nectar from flowers, return to their beehives and regurgitate the nectar into to honeycombs.
Needless to say, this process dates back to creation.
Honey never goes bad, has a long shelf life and once sealed properly, it will not ferment.
Considered to be natures most versatile product, honey is used as a sweetener, as a spread for bread, biscuits, muffins, etc.
It adds richness and body to spicy barbeques, mustards and salad dressings.
Chinese and Orientals consume honey more than any other nationality.
Do you remember those Honey Garlic Chicken Wings you had in the Chinese Restuarant?
If you have never visited any Chinese restuarants, I believe it is time to visit one and discover some dishes you have never heard of with honey as one of the ingredients.
As of today, August 31, 2013, I overheard from my sources that as the new crop approaches that sugar production in Thailand will result in a huge crop which will affect the price of sugar on the global market resulting in a tremendous drop in price.
Will this affect the consumption of honey?
In my opinion, and it is only my opinion, the people who purchase and consume honey will not substitute their sweetener with sugar, especially those who have read my book, Overweight, Highway to a Healthy Life.
You may wonder why as an importer and marketer of Sugar, that I have written such a book since the contents are in opposition to my business.
However, it is time that someone relayed this information to the general public.
Now back to the topic of discussion.
Honey is a natural source of energy and is used for its medicinal and healing capacity.
It is an excellent remedy for coughs and sore throats.
(A spoonful of honey makes the medicine go down .. in the most delightful way, Mary Poppins.)
If you are the type of consumer who, in the past puchased a very small bottle of honey and kept it in the medicine cabinet only to use it as Mary Poppins suggested, then, the moment you purchase Mr. Goudas 7 Flowers Honey, and try the wonderful taste and aroma and discover how pleasant its smoothness is, then you will definitely transfer that bottle from the medicine cabinet to the kitchen cabinet.
The Egyptians sacrificed honey to their gods.
Roman legions bathed their wounds with honey to promote healing.
Alexander the Great was preserved and embalmed in honey.
There are biblical facts relating to the benefits and goodness of honey.
Honey is a delicacy fit for King and Queens.
In addition, of course, since we do not have too many kings and queens like the old times, Mr. Goudas is crowning each one of us so that we can the privilege of enjoying Mother Nature in all her glory.
Mr. Goudas never cuts corners with respect to quality, taste and appearance.
Therefore, with the new, easy open and pour design, thereby reducing contamination, you will be able to enjoy this delicious nectar any way you please.
Mr. Goudas 7 Flowers Honey will once again be available at your local retailer.
Should it not be available, you know how easy it is to change supermarkets.
The following photos depicts the area where the honey is cultivated.
Welcome to the home of the Goudas Bees!
As you may see, it is a beautiful area, nice, quiet and serene where the bees breathe clean fresh air with abundage foliage to gather the nectar required to produce the most delicious honey in the world.
Note that there is no sugar cultivation in the surrounding area to sweeten their honey production!
You dare not enter this area without protection.
There are numerous ways to consume honey and you probably have you favourite method of consuming it.
My favourite is with Yogourt.
Imagine a delicious portion of Yogurt topped with Mr. Goudas 7 Flowers Honey any time of the day or night when you have the urge for a nutritious snack as an alternative to junk food.
Can you imagine during the holiday season that you present a family member, a loved one, a friend or a neighbour with a gift package of Mr. Goudas 7 Flowers Honey, Mr. Goudas Extra Virgin Olive Oil and maybe a Panettone.
Each time the honey and the Extra Virgin Olive Oil are used there will be fond thoughts and memories of you!
In the initial stage of producing Honey a few years ago, I must admit that I missed one small detail, the cup on the top of the bottle did not have enough surface area to allow you, the consumer, to turn the bottle upside down.
This aspect is of importance due to the fact that when you have utilized most of the honey and are left with less a half or a quarter in the bottle, when you do need to use a portion and finally turn the bottle to dispense the contents it takes forever to slowly slide down.
All the while you are thinking, why on earth did Mr. Goudas make a beautiful bottle like this and yet it that I cannot get my honey out the bottle now, and it seems like I will have to wait until tomorrow.
Therefore, with you in mind, I re-thought and re-designed the cup in such a manner that you may store the bottle upside down.
Now with the bottle upside down, if the dispenser cap is not absolutely locked and twisted tightly there will be drops of honey everywhere.
Therefore, my next task was to re-design and apply this particular cap as evidenced in the photo below.
This particular cap allows you use as much honey as you need so that theree will be no contamination from your fingers, no drops anywhere because flies, insects, their relatives and friends just love Mr. Goudas 7 Flowers Honey because of its extraordinary aroma and taste.
This may be a small detail to you.
However, the realization of this fact caused me many, many hours of headaches, many sleepless nights, Mr. Tylenol and I became close friends.
In the end, it cost many thousands and thousands of dollars to bring this aspect of convenience to you.
The cap and the dispenser described above allow you to store the honey as per photo.
Now I am ready to pour the honey.
There are hundreds and thousands of ways to utilize honey.
For cakes, cookies, pastries, blah, blah, blah.
To me, one of the quickest and simplest ways is to pour some delicioius honey onto a slice of bread.
Yummy! Would you like to join me?
Let us also have a cup of tea with honey and a slice of lemon.
Oh yeah! What a wonderful way to spend a moment with you.
While we are enjoying this moment, I am inviting you to travel with me to the beautiful Latin American country of Costa Rica, Central America, through my book titled, Costa Rica, The World's Best Kept Secret! As seen through the eyes of Spyros Peter Goudas.
I would like to inform you that Mr. Goudas 7 Flowers Honey may not be available in some supermarkets.
Marketing contracts with other suppliers, private house brands such as my uncle bobs bee farm, or aunt mary busy bees, or a lack of any real knoledge of the quality of honey and its importance to some individuals, cultures and nationalities prevent you from purchasing the best honey in the world.
However, do not despair, visit one of the independent grocery retail outlets and there is a strong possibility that there will be a display of Mr. Goudas 7 Flowers Honey at very reasonable prices.
Just because the price is very reasonable, do not overstock and buy more than you need because honey crystalizes if kept for a long period of time.
Should crystalization occur, do not panic and definitly do not call the fire department, ambulance, police or any emergency services.
Mr. Goudas 7 Flowers Honey does not contain any sugar.
It is simply Mother Nature doing her work.
Simply, open the dispenser and place the bottle in the microwave oven for approximately 80 seconds.
Remember NO MORE THAN 80 SECONDS otherwise the plastic bottle will melt.
Some people may blurt out the words I do not have a microwave oven and they may be correct.
The other solution is to place the bottle in a container filled with hot water.
Would you believe that some nationalities consider this crystalization evidence of a very good quality honey.
I think that you have had enough reading today.
The topic of Honey is endless. You may read anything from production to the cultivation of the bees, their behaviours, etc., etc.
The internet has an enormous amont of reading material, some useful, some copy and paste which makes no sense, some of interest and some not at all intersting.
My mission was to give you the best Honey in the world, including bottling and marketing as described above. That was not an overnight achievement.
My job is now completed.
However, your job is to discover ways of enjoying Mr. Goudas 7 Flowers Honey.
Spyros Peter Goudas
Please Note: Honey can be used in thousands of recipes from all over the world, however, in this website, we have mentioned the ingredient Honey, in the following recipes.