Ligwan wild bees SIERRA MADRE SHRUBBERY LIGWAN KAHOY WILD HONEY – Any honey connoisseur will easily crave for more of this delightfully exotic light tasting wild honey comes from the forest floor’s shrubbery flower nectars. The hidden wild honey hives inside hallow tree crevices are hard-to-find and time consuming open its inside cavity. This is the reason for its very limited supply and premium price tag. The forest floor shrubbery multi-floral nectar sources bloom during Northern Sierra Madre’s entire Habagat summer months of April through October. Ligwan wild bees are the same size than that of a mature fly (bangaw). Their territory are the flowers on the forest floor plant shrubbery.