Friday, February 27, 2009

The Bee Shop

I met Bruce Cheong and Cathie Tan from the The Bee Shop. They specialize in products like Pure Honey, Bee Pollen, Royal Jelly and Propolis. To make myself more familiar with honey, I did ask them more as they specialise in honey. I'm writing one of their product which is the pure honey. Do you understand what is pure honey? A lot of us will say pure honey is harvested from bee farm is pure honey.
Well, you are wrong about pure honey as most of the pure honey came from honey bee that is fed and breed in the bee farm but the pioneer of The Bee Shop is that their bee farm are not in a a same place but everywhere as Bruce once said that have you seen a place where flowers bloom all year round? So Bruce and Cathie will follow they followed the bees where the flowers are bloom and free of pesticide and make that place their bee farm and make sure that the honey is ripe before it is harvested. They really did a good job.
Their honey is 100% pure and they have a lot of honey from all types of flowers. For example, honey from wild flowers, star fruit flowers, durian flowers, honey dew flowers, bittergourd flowers and a few more. They even showed me a Refractormeter to show the honey is pure with all the nutrients. This is the 1st time I saw with my eyes on the honey on the Refractometer.

New Credit Card

There's a new credit card out now. It's so nice and you will desperate to get one so you can use it on your favourite collection. Well, it's the transformers credit card. More for me to use especially buying transformers.....just kidding as I want to add to my collection because it's rare. Am I right? I would like that but too bad that the card we yearn for is not available here. It's only applicable for Japanese residence so stop dreaming.

Ectophylla Alba

Ectophylla Alba.....? Ever wonder what that means, well it's a scientific name for the Honduran White Bat. It has snow white fur and a yellow nose and ears. The bat is so tiny because it's only 37-47 mm long.
The Honduran white bat cuts the side veins extending out from the midrib of the large leave causing them to fold down to form a 'tent'. They cling to the roof of this tent in small colonies of up to half a dozen individuals, consisting of one male and a few of females. The tent protects them from rain and predators.