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Exclusive series is most special and high-end honey product in the market.


It is raw, unprocessed and unfiltered.


As a result, we are able to provide highest concentration of nutrients to consumers. Because this very special and uniqe raw honey harvested from the +2500m plateaus and mountains, nutrients values (like proline, diastase, etc) are at least *5 times greater than regular raw honey.

Exclusive Serial is purest form of a honey

The truth is that, compared to lots of other products that don’t necessary have to be raw to be healthy, honey does need to be as raw and fresh as possible.

Below we have shared some important information about honey. We recommend the following information notes for you to understand the importance of raw honey and to evaluate the analysis results we have shared with you via the QR code in our Exclusive series more consciously.

              * Based on EU Council Directive 2001/110/EC of 20 December 2001 relating to honey


What are the enzymes present in raw honey ?

Why are they important ?

     Enzymes are complex protein molecules found in every cell of your body. Molecules that accelerate, or catalyse, chemical reactions in our body. All living organisms (honey bees or humans) produce their own enzymes to provide the nutrients they need. Everything else, all our food, plant or animal, contain enzymes. 

    Because enzymes are the substances that transform the collected nectar into honey. From the enzymatic reactions in nectar a wide array of compounds result and all these give the unique character and functionality of honey. The complicated carbohydrate profile of honey is partially the result of enzymatic action.

Honeydew honey has high enzyme activity

       The predominant enzymes in honey are diastase (amylase), invertase and glucose oxidase. Others, including catalase and acid phosphatase, can also be present, depending on the type of floral source. And recently proteolytic enzymes have been described in honey.
Enzymes play an important role in honey and contribute to its functional properties, being a unique ingredient that makes honey a product far more complex than other sweeteners.



Proline comes mainly from honey bee during the conversion of nectar into honey, which leads to a high variability of the proline content within honeys from the same botanical source.


The proline compound is one of the 20 amino acids that make up proteins. Honey contains 15 of these 20 known amino acids which are encoded by the universal genetic code. However, the major and most important of these amino acids is Proline (50-85%)


EU Council Directive 2001/110/EC of 20 December 2001 relating to honey requires that the Proline content of natural honey shall not be less than 180mg/kg. Mira Honey Exclusive +1200 have at least 1200mg/kg Proline.