How do we know it’s Rewarewa Honey? Rewarewa also called “New Zealand Honey Suckle”, which is dominant in regenerating bush. Rewarewa blossom is between late October and Early December. When Rewarewa blooms, it produces a lot of nectar, which dominants the honey flavour during that period, as it’s English name states. We carefully observing Rewarewa flower, and take off Honey Super straight away when Rewarewa flower start disappearing.
Fun Facts about Drone Bee. Drones, male bees, are not physically capable of doing work around the hive. They can't sting, can't collect pollen or nectar, can't take care of the larvae, etc. They pretty much do only two things: eat and mate. ... When the weather turns cold, drones are unable to perform their sole function. The worker bees will starve the drones to weaken them, then escort them to the hive entrance and throw them out of the hive. The drones die from hypothermia or starvation. Let this be a good lesson to all guys who’s reading. Girls will kick the lazy boys out of the door.