114 comments

  • Tony N.
    10/12/2019 20:41

    Lol ya! ...made by a homeless looking guy who seems like he hasn’t taken a shower in a few days! Yummy 😋 😁😁

  • Gopalbhai T.
    10/09/2019 09:23

    Bees need a variety of flowers to make honey...whether these flowers are grown in a city or countryside... let us not fall prey to marketing gimmicks and labels...best honey is produced in countryside but never gets labelled and marketed because those who know the product, buy it regularly...

  • John R.
    10/07/2019 23:37

    Honey is honey. It’s all good to me.

  • Felician M.
    10/04/2019 16:02

    OH SWEET HONEY !. IT DOESN'T MATTER WHETHER IT IS URBAN HONEY OR RURAL. WHAT IS IMPORTANT ARE THE RIGHT FEEDS FOR THE BEES.

  • Wilson H.
    10/01/2019 05:12

    Wow something interesting! :O , ,& ,&

  • Maria L.
    09/30/2019 01:19

    That's great and all, but please stop taking and buying honey. That's their food and they make that for their colony, they don't make it for us.

  • Adam R.
    09/29/2019 21:19

    u can find the best types of honey in libya👍

  • Sheila J.
    09/29/2019 10:33

    A sad reflection on our countryside priorities.

  • Claudia B.
    09/29/2019 09:37

    We have 75 hives in Vienna, this year 1000 kg

  • SH S.
    09/29/2019 04:18

    nicely done..

  • Henzo B.
    09/29/2019 02:34

    🍯🐝

  • Stéphanie C.
    09/28/2019 22:44

    incroyable!

  • Naning S.
    09/28/2019 22:07

    i want make my own honey too

  • Matthew E.
    09/28/2019 19:13

    Everything you’re saying is wrong, every farmer has their own bees, bees are more important to farmers then they are to you, without bees farmers don’t make money, it’s inhuman to make bees live in our concrete jungle, it’s exponentially harder for urban bees to make honey (but you don’t care because their just bugs), you hipsters are not clever, you’re unmotivated popularity seeking death factory’s.

  • Emily B.
    09/28/2019 18:56

    very interesting

  • Bianka S.
    06/09/2019 20:17

    For city people it seems a great back-to-nature project, I love this approach! Though the increasing wifi exposure with this 5G craziness might change the outcome of this beautiful idea...

  • Linda W.
    06/05/2019 14:48

    I remember having honey on a croissant in Arles and was amazed at how tasty it was.

  • Carrie C.
    05/19/2019 13:21

    The mortality rate is close to 30%? So ... 70% of bees are *gasp* ... IMMORTAL! (I'm guessing this is 30% dying young, whatever young is in bee terms?)

  • Tomand M.
    05/06/2019 14:51

    I cannot comprehend how the city being a better habitat than the countryside for bees is anything other than the stuff of nightmares. I have been told eating local honey puts me more in touch with local allergens. I wonder if the city pollution will help our children’s asthma.

  • Lucy G.
    05/06/2019 09:28

    🐝