Misterul și valoarea artei Transilvănene.

The art of DAR Honey

This full-bodied honey is carefully harvested by tireless bees in Transylvania, from the fragrance of goodness that the flowers in the Valleys of the Barcau River are. Experienced beekeepers cautiously collect it for its qualities and rare taste.

‘The art of DAR’ honey comes from a clean and unpolluted environment; the beekeepers use traditional ‘green’ practices, environmentally friendly, thus this ‘sweet gold’ – without losing its terapeutic qualities in the manufacturing process – contains the 70 bioactive natural ingredients.

Warmed up with precision and kept away from sunlight, ‘the gods’ nectar’ energises the mind and body, providing sweet health to its consumers.

To create the special yet necessary preserving conditions, and to give it the kingly presentation it deserves, traditional glass master-artists have worked hard for countless hours, developed the design and hand made the packaging. This way, this healthy energising gold is rightfully honoured by being presented in a  masterpiece altogether!

This is ‘The art of DAR’ Honey!

This precious DAR (GIFT – in Romanian, that is) comes straight from the Romanian Carpathians Mountains, from people who love, respect and protect Nature and its lively fragrances, FOR people who appreciate the select  natural products made with care, soul and knwoledge.

The art of DAR Honey is part of ‘Sanatate Dulce’ (Sweet Health) products, supported by the Agapis Foundation. We have begun our journey from wanting to provide you only the best that Nature has to offer: healthy, natural products straight from the individual local producers in the Valleys of Barcau River, at the base of the Apuseni Mountains. Furthermore, our journey has a social side to it: we want to return to the community where these traditional products come from. Honey has been produced in these regions for over 2000 years, being introduced by the romans while colonising, who thaught us to appreciate and respect this gods’ nectar, as in Ancient Rome, honey was as precious as gold and even used as a payment method instead of gold.