First launched in 1947, BIHOPHAR is a well-known honey brand operated by the family-owned company Fürsten-Reform Dr. med. Hans Plümer GmbH & Co. KG, based in Braunschweig.
The BIHOPHAR honey range offers a large variety of pure honey of the best beekeeper quality. Among the BIHOPHAR products you'll find exquisite specialities and pure monofloral, or single-source, honey types with a spectrum of flavours. With around 50 different products, BIHOPHAR offers the largest selection and diversity of honey in Germany.
BIHOPHAR honey is totally natural and sourced from selected and very experienced beekeepers in carefully-chosen areas who guarantee careful harvesting that protects the nutrients. The greatest attention is paid to quality: Each batch is examined by our honey specialists and by independent specialist institutes on delivery and before bottling and in some cases over 40 parameters are checked.
During springtime, acacia trees entice the bees with their heavily-fragrant clusters of white flowers. It is largely from the nectar of the acacias that this light, clear honey is produced, with its typical mildly aromatic flavour.
BIHOPHAR Organic Acacia Honey is deliberately harvested in harmony with nature and the environment. The sites chosen for the beehives are largely unspoilt acacia groves and forests.
The colourful mix of blossoms, remote natural landscapes and organically farmed regions lends this pure, natural honey its fragrant bouquet and delicately aromatic flavour.
BIHOPHAR Organic Flower Honey is deliberately harvested in harmony with nature and the environment. The sites chosen for the beehives are largely unspoilt natural landscapes and ecologically farmed fields and gardens.
Natural mixed and coniferous forests in almost entirely unspoilt regions are the sources for this honey. It is here that the bees collect the honeydew and use it to prepare a special, organically produced honey with an intensive dark colour and crisp fragrance.
BIHOPHAR Organic Forest Honey is deliberately harvested in harmony with nature and the environment. The sites chosen for the beehives that produce the forest honey are largely unspoilt forests.