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Gourmet Honey Box

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Box of 2 Gourmet honey jars. Cream of honey of Lavender and Honey of Mountain Flowers.

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Rio de la Miel, beekeepers since 1974


The Gourmet box with 2 jars of 100% natural honey and of Spanish origin


Mountain Flower Honey


Mountain honey is a natural blend of oak, oak and flower honey. Unlike other honeys, it is a mixture of nectariferous honey and honeydew, the fruit of the floral nectar of wild vegetation and the secretions of oaks and oaks, which are located in the high mountains. That is why its content in pollens is variable, although it normally combines eucalyptus, heather and thyme pollens. The organoleptic characteristics of this honey (color, smell and taste) are renewed according to seasons and blooms. However, in general, it has a sweet, intense and persistent flavor; its color is dark amber and its floral aroma has a clear toasted cereal component (malted) very pleasant on the palate.

Lavender Honey Cream


Lavender honey or lavender honey is produced by bees from the nectar of the flowers of Lavándula Angustifolia Mili and Lavándula Latifolia Hill. These flowers are very aromatic and from them the bees make an excellent and exquisite honey.

As exquisite as subtle we could describe lavender honey and I must confess that it has been a discovery for us.

These plants are also known by the name of lavender and the lavender honey that we can find on the market comes from different areas of Spain such as, Aragon, Catalonia, Valencia, Castilla, León or Castilla La Mancha, where this flower grows in the fields. abundantly.


LAVENDER CHARACTERISTICS


Lavender, (Lavandula angustifolia or lavender) is a shrub with purple flowers arranged in the shape of a spike, which comes from the Western Mediterranean. It is located in countries such as France (main producer) Argentina, Bulgaria, Spain, Japan and India. There are approximately 30 types, but one of the best known is Lavandula officinalis or Lavandula spica.

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