What Is Bird's Nest
And why we love it
The 400 year old unique superfood
We are talking about the nests of a specific kind of bird - the swiftlet that is native to Southeast Asia. Instead of using twigs or sticks, the remarkable swiftlet makes its nest entirely out of solidified saliva which is secreted from well-developed salivary glands in their mouth that enlarge during the breeding season - weaving them delicately in a neat mesh pattern.