Have you ever seen how honeys can be various?
Different flowerings, different types of pasture, different climates make every honey unique and irripetibile.
Bees are accurate reporters of the seasons: while flowerings change, aromas and flavors mix and intensify.
They start gathering nectar in February-March, on almond, hazel and viburnum flowers.
In April, together with peach, apricot, cherry and thornbush flowers, there is an explosion of acacia flowers, which gives our honey its light colour and floral perfume.
Between May and June wild flowers, blackberry blossom, lavender and clover make our honey sweet and aromatic.
In July thyme, privet and couch grass give the honey an intense perfume, and the abundant “melata” makes it dense and darker. Its intense aroma captures the essence ofsunshine and the colours of summer.