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Du 01/12/2020 à 00:00 jusqu'au 31/01/2021 à 00:00

In an ode to #Beirut, L'Atelier du Miel, in collaboration with Zeina Abirached, is launching a limited edition Eucalyptus Beirut raw honey jar. LBP 50,000 of every jar sold will be donated to Beirut Heritage Initiative to help rebuild our beloved city.

Now available on here


As one of the oldest cities in the world, Beirut has lived through key historical moments that left their marks on its urban heritage. This heritage is composed of traditional houses with large round arches and balconies bursting with jasmine flowers to beautiful residences like The Pine Residence that witnessed the declaration of the State of Greater Lebanon and that currently hosts L’Atelier Du Miel’s beehives. 

In Horsh Beirut, one of the few preserved green areas of Beirut, bees feast on nectar and honeydew from pine trees, eucalyptus trees, garden flowers, and wild summer flowers.

The honey created is favored by cooks or tea and coffee lovers because of the subtle yet long-lasting notes of rosewater and mint that give it its sweet taste.
This honey also holds therapeutic virtues and is a known lung, urinary, and intestinal antiseptic. It can calm coughs and ease breathing. Mixed with lemon in hot tea, it helps in the fight against the common cold.

L’Atelier Du Miel chose to collaborate with renowned artist Zeina Abi Rached, to bring you this unique honey and to celebrate Beirut, a city full of marvels.


Born in Beirut in 1981, Zeina Abirached studied graphic design in Lebanon and then at the National School of Decorative Arts in Paris and since then divides her time between comics and illustration.

After “Beyrouth Catharsis” and “38 rue Youssef Semaani”, her graphic novel “Mourir partir revenir, le jeu des hirondelles” is a great public and critical success (official selection of the 2008 Angoulême International Comic Book Festival, translated into twelve languages) followed up closely by “Je me souviens Beyrouth”, “Mouton”, and “Agatha de Beyrouth” (a collaboration with the poet OuLiPien Jacques Jouet).

She is the author of “Piano oriental” (Casterman 2015), a story inspired by the life of her ancestor, the inventor of a new musical instrument in 60s Beirut. In 2018, she draws and writes, with Mathias Enard, the novel graphic “Prendre refuge”, and returns in 2020 to children’s literature with “Le grand livre des petits bruits” (both published by Casterman).

She regularly collaborates with the press and various publishers as an illustrator.



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