Apologies for the cheesy heading, I couldn`t believe someone would pay £42 for a jar of honey making it the most expensive honey in the world. You can pick up a jar at Harrods if it tickles your fancy and you have more money than sense. So what do you get: 120g of honey made by bees fed on a special diet including herbs such as Siberian ginseng and echinacea. Apparently it has a strong taste similar to manuka honey and is made without artificial ingredients. The honey, which is made in Israel, is supposed to be eaten by the teaspoonful in the morning and at night. Hmmmm… I`m not convinced, send me a jar and that may change! Via.
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