Welcome to the world of the bees, the reign of honey and the tradition of the family Varžak .

We will introduce you to the most diligent creatures on Earth – the bees, the sweetest food – honey and a long family tradition. Our extensive experience and quality permeate each jar of honey, as is the case with the bees who invest their utmost effort in the construction of each honeycomb cell.

About honey and the bees...

The life of the bees commences when the queen bee lays her eggs in the honeycomb cells and a large number of worker bees hatch from these eggs. In the early spring when the Nature wakes up, there are some 20,000 bees in the beehive, but as the Nature flourishes, we also increase in number. By the beginning of the summer, there are around 50,000-80,000 bees in the beehive. A truly impressive number, isn't it? You may ask yourselves how we arrange our responsibilities at the beehive and how we allocate work. We are really well-organised and each bee is fully aware of her tasks. When I get out of the beehive, my body is covered with branched hairs, I am weak and I cannot fly. Then I am still for 2 or 3 days and then we get our first tasks. Firstly, we clean the honeycomb, we keep warm and feed our „babies“, the queen bee and the drones, we construct the honeycomb, do the repair work on our hive, we convert the nectar into honey and what is best we have the co-called „young bees game“. It is our preparation for the exit from the beehive and entering the outside world. Then we fly outside and prepare with our wings for the long journey ahead. Around the 20th day of our lives we come of age and we are allowed to enter the world of Nature to perform our principal task: nectar – honey – collection. The first Sunrays inform us on the awakening of the Nature and let us know the time has come for our first flight. There it is, we are outside and the adventure commences, green grass, fruit trees in bloom, the meadows are waking up, the first flowers open up. We visit every flower and collect sweet nectar which we convert into meadow floral honey, of mild taste and odour. The next point is the pasture of acacia which bees are particularly fond of. The tender white and ornate flowers account for the light colour of our honey of mild taste and odour which we prepare in a special way and we primarily recommend it to children. And then, the whole of Nature is permeated with intoxicating scent. We fly towards the forest towards the thick chestnut treetops. A real bee heaven which accounts for the creation of a honey specialty of a specific odour and a bitterish taste. You may think this is the end but you are mistaken. We have not even had a short break and we are already rushing to the sunny slopes where linden tress in bloom provide us with sweet nectar required for the production of a specialty of a powerful aroma, unique taste and yellow gold colour. Then we are yet again called by the meadows and the pastures. We enjoy their company until we become cold. The first autumn chills inform us that the time has come for our winter rest. I do believe it is time, as we are all tired. We need to make 100,000-150,000 flights and pay visits to thousands of flowers in order to collect 1 kg of honey and hence, while you are eating the honey, the sweet present made by the bees, do think of us, as we will be heading for a new adventure in spring again.