Skip to content

Jammin Global

Snapshot: Wild Kenyan Honey

Snapshot1 min read

2 February 2012


Looking down a hollow tree trunk. They're used as beehives by the farmers of Eastern Kenya and that inset on the right is a nugget of fresh, unprocessed honey. It tastes sublime... pure and rich. The hollow logs are hung from baobab trees and the honey they produce provide supplemental income for the farmers. I bought a jar of refined Kenyan honey and a tub of honeycombs from this female farmer that I'm interviewing and collecting soil samples from for my research. [Shot in Feb 2012, using a Canon 50D/Sigma 10-20 mm]

About

Jammin thru the Global South was the 3+ year, 100,000+ km ride Jay did from the US to India via Latin America, Europe and Africa. Explore the photojournals at the Journey Posts tab.

Jammin Global Adventures is a tour company run by Jay Kannaiyan. He organizes small group, premium motorcycle adventures in Peru, Kenya, Mongolia, India and more.

If you'd like to be notified of new content or other news about Jammin Global, please subscribe.

Latest Content

Blog Posts by Country

2013

2012

2011

2010

© 2020 Jammin Global