Premium series is our top sale range. It has very high quality. Regarding to market needs it is pasteurised and filtered. The quality of honey that we are using for our premium series is at least 2 times better than EU Honey Directive.
We have a wide honey type range as well with a total of 13 different types of honey with both Glass and Squeeze packing.
We would like to remind you that availability of all honey types might be differ during the year.
* This product range is available for wholesale only.
Orange Blossom Honey
Black Forest Honey
Multifloral Blossom Honey often called wildflower honey, or in Italian, “Milleflori”—Honey of thousand flowers.
This is both the most common type of honey and also the rarest. Because it is composed of nectars from flowers blossoming at a particular period of time in a particular place, it is essentially impossible to reproduce it exactly from year to year. But often it has a predominant nectar or a particular mix of flora that gives it a recognisable flavour that is prized from year to year.
Multifloral Blossom Honeys color, taste and intensity can vary considerably depending on nectar sources which vary with the seasons, but it’s most often fruity and light.
Pine honey is a unique honeydew honey, produced mainly on the Aegean side of Greece and Turkey. A wide biodiversity of flora combined with the Aegean summer sun is what helps produce this unique golden nectar.
Features are the reddish brown color, malty, spicy aroma. Woody flavour, slightly caramelised. Rich in minerals and does not crystallise quickly. Black Pine Honey is even richer, thicker and darker.
Pine honey has better average values from blossom honey and acacia honey types in terms of minerals and antioxidant capacity.
Pine Honey contains anti-bacterial, antiviral and antifungal substances and has also been used for centuries as a treatment for sore throats and coughs, minor burns, cuts and other bacterial infections.
百花蜜 · 松树蜜
Acacia honey, extremely light coloured, clear, floral, fruity, delicate and very persistent monofloral honey made from the blossoms of Robinia pseudoacacia (aka black locust/ American acacia) has a mild delicate floral taste and is one of the most popular and sweetest honey varieties. It lasts as a liquid due to being high in fructose.
It has a lower acid content. It’s delicious combined with cheeses, especially pecorino and gorgonzola cheese.
Because of its light taste, it is good for children and ideal on fresh cheeses (ricotta), yogurt, fruit and ice cream. The honey remains liquid and does not crystallise easily due to its high fructose content.
Lavender honey is a monofloral premium honey. Flowery, pleasant, well balanced and rounded, very fine honey aroma and the delicate floral scent with an evident Lavender component.
It has a very persistent medium sweet taste that grows with the finish. In some cases it has slightly sour notes. Light white to extra light amber.
Lavender honey is delicious over feta cheese, and pairs well with blue cheeses and semi-soft cheeses such as the decadent triple-crème-styles like Pierre Robert or Brillat-Savarin.
Lavender came originally from Persia and the Spanish Canary islands. Today, lavender is grown in many countries including Tasmania, Spain, India, Arabia, Italy, England, China, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, North America, Australia and southern France, where centuries of cultivation have produced some of the most highly developed forms of the plant.
Linden honey is a monofloral honey which obtained from the blossoms of Linden or Basswood trees of several species of Tilia; it is known as Linden or Basswood honey in North America and Lime honey in the UK and Europe.
The intensity of the aroma and the taste is stronger than the color would indicate. The usual rule of darker is stronger is broken with Linden honey. When very fresh it has a greenish color, but after a time it becomes clear to amber with a yellow tone. The aroma is described as woody, pharmacy and fresh, also described as mint, balsamic, menthol and camphor. It has low acidity, medium sweet and sometimes a light bitterness. It has a persistent aftertaste and is slightly astringent.
The crystallisation rate is medium to fast with fine to medium sized crystals.
Other aromatic notes (see chemical analysis below): spicy-thyme, mentholated, geranium, hay, phenolic. It goes well with lemon sherbet or herbal teas.
Thyme honey is a monofloral honey which has produced from many species of Thyme (Thymus spp.)
Its intense and complex aroma has been described as; floral, spicy, dried flowers, magnolia flowers, cedar, herbs, flowers, rubbed, clove, burnt plastic, pencil drawing, mulled wine, and Marsala. The flavour has been described as: salty, thymol, pharmacy, plastic, pencil, dates and pepper.
Renowned for its aroma and flavour, it is produced between the second half of June and the first half of July.
The color of Thyme honey is light amber to amber when liquid, beige to brown when it is crystallised. It is a very strong, intensely aromatic honey with resinous, herbal, savory flavours; fresh and reminiscent of tropical fruits, dates and white pepper.
The taste is persistent, lingering in the mouth. Crystallizes spontaneously in a short time into medium or fine grains.
Chestnut honey is a monofloral honey which has a strong aromatic taste and a slightly bitter after taste. Rich in pollen content, mineral salts and tannin, with a high proportion of fructose that resists crystallisation and a relatively low acidity.
Dark in color, ranging from yellowish brown to almost black, sometimes with amber hues, it has an aromatic, pungent herbal aroma and taste and slightly tannic (due to the tannin in the tree).
The flavour is unique, not very sweet and with an almost bitter aftertaste and very persistent, highly appreciated by those who like a strong, less sweet honey.
The chestnut tree belongs to the same family as beeches and oaks. For thousands of years the chestnut was a primary source of nutrition in the mountainous areas of the Mediterranean where grains did not grow well.
Citrus honey, a very tasty honeydew honey produced from citrus trees by the insect, Rinchota. This honey consumed at breakfast and is unique to the Mediterranean.
They are cultivated for the production of fruits and aromatic essences and are placed next to each other. All their nectar is highly attractive to bees. The honey resulted is called citrus honey.
The nectar can come from: oranges, grapefruit, lemons, mandarins, tangerines, limes and many others.
It contains a large amount of vitamin C and calcium phosphate due to the extracts taken from citrus trees.
It is not very sweet and does not have a sharp taste. Citrus honey has a special place among scented honeys with its citrus scent.
Orange Blossom honey is monoflora honey which has often made from mixed citrus nectars (Citrus ssp.) including oranges, grapefruit, lemons, mandarins, tangerines, limes and many others. A pollen count of Citrus species is generally targeted at 20% or higher to be labeled Orange Blossom Honey.
It is a thick, very sweet honey. Initially the aroma is of medium intensity reminiscent of orange blossoms.
With time, it takes on an additional delicate fruity aroma like marmalade with slightly citric acid tones. Light amber to white, the lighter color and milder flavour coming in years when there is a large harvest and the honey is little contaminated by other nectars. It will darken with age and crystallizes slowly into granules of various
Black Forest Honey known as Oak Tree Honey a honeydew honey produced by bees in mountain areas, where oak trees can be found, which produce molasses.
Black Forest Honey have intense aroma, very spicy and not too sweet sometimes a slight taste of licorice and mint. The darker its color, the more its aromatic flavour. At first completely clear and fluid, but it soon firms up and crystallizes fairly quickly.
Black Forest Honey is characterised as honey of very high nutritional value. Rich in antioxidants and minerals, it contains large quantities of potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and sodium. The enzymes it contains support metabolism and vital organ function. Beneficial for the digestive system
Cedar honey is a honeydew which is harvested in cedar forests growing in the Mediterranean high plateaus (1200m - 2000m).
Cedar trees, which are from the Cedar Honey pine family, are an evergreen plant species that loves the Mediterranean climate. Cedar tree and pine tree show similar characteristics.
However, they are separated by the length of the leaves. The leaves of the cedar are shorter, the pine tree is longer. Cedar trees can live up to 2000 years and have an impressive appearance and fragrance.
Cedar honey knows with its rich taste, thick and velvety texture and vivid woody scent aroma. It has mild sweetness.
It’s a very rare type of honey. The nectar of coriander is highly dependent on weather conditions and usually the plant produces it every five to six years. And even then, the production is low. As a rule, a hive can give like 20 to 25 kilos of multifloral honey, and only 2 kilos of coriander honey. As a result, this type of honey is rare and expensive.
Coriander honey, which competes for the best cure of constipation, flatulence, colic, gastritis and ulcers.
Found more in South-East Europe, but also wild over a wide area of Western Asia.
Coriander raw honey is golden amber color, specific taste and mild aroma, which is levied two weeks after extraction.