Tapli is honey - countless wildflowers and trees tried to attract our bees with beautiful color, lovely smell and sweet taste.
Nectar and pollen have been the gift for the friendly service of pollination. Inside the beehive our bees added ingredients to protect the honey against bacteria and mold to make it a long-lasting treasure inside the honeycombs.
Our bees had to fly approximately 40000 km – once around the world – to fill up one jar of honey.
The honey for the Tapli has been harvested and processed according to the high standards of German Beekeepers Association (DIB) in Germany.
The bees are treated only with organic formic acid against varroa mites.
Eka brought her fondness for Tapli and unique recipes from Georgia to Germany. There she found the love for bees and the beekeeper. Eka learned practical beekeeping and Ecological Apiculture. She is a passionate beekeeper with an excitement for fresh honeycombs.
Karsten started beekeeping 1989 in Germany and learned it from his grandmother. In the 90ies he intensified his knowledge and skills about beekeeping at the bee institute in Kirchhain. His thesis at university was about honey and traditional beekeeping in remote rural areas. He is a passionate beekeeper with a heart for every single bee in the hive.