Sidr Osaimi is one of the finest types of royal honey. It is gotten from bees that predominantly feed on the small Sidr flowers of the Sidr trees. Sidr trees are known for their longevity and can live for as long as 100 years. They are mostly found in the tropical and subtropical regions of Yemen. Sidr trees are also known as Lote tree,
Buckthorn or Ziziphus Spina Christi, and many other names.
Osaimi Sidr honey maintains a very distinctive taste, different from all other types of honey. Many people claim that it is the sweetest of honey, and fact has it that it is very rich in essential minerals, enzymes, and vitamins.
Osaimi Sidr honey has a shelf life synonymous with the Sidr tree that the bees feed on.
Sidr Osaimi honey is very scarce because its production is seasonal. The Sidr trees bloom and grow flowers during the rainy season—the time the bees get to feed on the nectar to produce honey. This explains why the honey is the most expensive of all honey.