“Honey and Irinola Company” is a historical continuation of the family traditions and the oldest Georgian field of beekeeping. World-famous gray species of bees, endemic to Georgia, is mentioned in the ancient sources as a population, carrying the special traits. It is known, that in 2003, during the building process of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline, archeologists discovered a clay vessel in a noble woman’s grave, on Trialeti Range. Scientific researches revealed that honey found in the ceramic vessel, was approximately 5500 years old. Hence, the unique discovery changed the history – Georgian honey is 12 centuries older than the ancient Egyptian Tutankhamen’s honey.