Honey foraging, use, and production have an ancient and varied history, first depicted in Valencia, Spain by a cave painting depicting humans harvesting honey at least 8,000 years ago. It shows humans using ropes and ladders to approach wild bees nests. Ancient Egyptians and Middle Eastern civilizations used honey to embalm the dead and honor the gods. In Ancient Greek religion, the food of the Gods of Olympus was honey in the form of ambrosia. In Hinduism, honey is one of the five elixirs of immortality! This infographic features varieties of honey from around the world that utilize flavor notes and pollen from 18 different flowers that bees love.