What does Royal Jelly taste like?
Royal jelly or ‘Gelee Royal’ is a sticky liquid that is produced from six to fourteen days old worker bees to feed her his queen queen.
Before first purchase everybody is asking how royal jelly taste like. This incredible product from nature, has all basic, essential ingredients that we need every day, because of that it has a very rich nutritional value.
Royal jelly is a white to pale yellow in color. It is thick, yet smooth, has a distinctive aroma and slightly spicy acidic-sweet taste.
To sum up, probably you will not like the taste of royal jelly when you try it first, awful will be your first respons. But eventually you get used to. People expect beside rich nutritional value also awesome taste, but you shouldn’t expect too much from that. Anyway, why bother with the royal jelly taste if the recommended daily dose is just 1 g? You should be more focused on ingredients that he has and that is why do you use it as a food supplement.
How can you recognize a fake from raw royal jelly?
Beside the taste, you should (before purchase) check visual differences in color, but have in mind that color changes due to contact with air (density due to aging). The white color means royal jelly is fresh and has been stored in the appropriate space. If there are differnces in the color or taste of royal jelly, you should additional check the origin and expiry date.
Also, be aware of products that include only a few % of royal jelly, this is not raw product.
Type of royal jelly
Due to technology in 21 century, we can transform royal jelly from liquid state to powder form. This process is named lyophilization (freeze-dried), where a form of royal jelly preserves all the natural active ingredients.
Our opinion is that if it`s possible you should use fresh royal jelly, which can be purchased directly from the beekeeper, because it has the greatest effect.
If you would like to find out more about this natural miracle (production, ingredients, side effects, how to use it…), check article Royal Jelly Benefits.