Is Killer Bee honey dangerous to eat or just dangerous to get?!
On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote and the crew go up against over 30,000 Killer Bees to find out if their honey tastes better than the farmed raw honey you can buy locally.
Will they survive the encounter to find out?
Get ready to enter the swarm for the ultimate honey taste test!
HUGE THANKS to Chris Britton and his amazing team of Bee specialists for making this video possible. His knowledge of Honey Bees is nearly unparalleled and the natural raw honey his company “Life’Sweet” produces is INCREDIBLE! Visit his website to order some of the best honey in world – seriously it is THE BEST! http://bit.ly/besthoneyever
**PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REENACT WHAT YOU”VE SEEN IN THIS VIDEO. BEE STINGS CAN BE LIFE THREATENING.**
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