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The woman who created a new kind of cocktail using honey has a new mission.
She wants to bring it to the masses and teach the world about honey.
Ms Madhav, 30, has created the “Honey Bee Whiskey” cocktail and she is launching a campaign to share the drink with her followers.
“I have realised that the world is a much bigger place now than it was two years ago, and I want to change that,” she told the Hindustan Times.
Her aim is to inspire people to “give the honey a chance”.
“The honey is a natural and essential ingredient in the creation of the best cocktails, and it has always been an important part of our drinks,” she said.
“Honey is a versatile plant that can be used for its aroma, flavor, and sweetness, and can also be used in the manufacture of perfumes, perfumes for cosmetics, and many other products.”
Her campaign will focus on educating people about the medicinal properties of honey, along with the unique characteristics of the drink.
“There are over 300 varieties of honey in the world and each one is unique,” she added.
“Each is an art form and each has its own unique qualities.”
Honeybees are highly regarded and revered in Indian culture.
The drink will feature ingredients from honey, honey and vinegar.
“It will be the first time we are sharing this with people outside India.
It will also be the world first drink made with honey,” she explained.”
When we launch it, it will be a worldwide campaign, so we will have to work very hard.
We want to make sure we get the word out as fast as possible.”
To share the story, the Facebook page will have a special section called “Hair of the Bee” with an article written by Ms Madhava.
“My mission is to educate people about honey and the honey-based cocktails that are out there,” she says.
“The story of how I came to be a honey-loving, drink-loving woman has been a story that has resonated with people around the world.”
Her honey is also part of her mission to teach people about her work as a bartender.
“This is something I do to show people the importance of working hard and trying to make a living as a person, and to give back to society,” she noted.
“In India, we have so many people who have gone through hard times, but I want them to realise that it doesn’t have to be that way.
They can still give something back to their communities.”