We strive to find as many mono-floral honey as we can all over the Baltic and Scandinavian regions as well as great quality poly-floral honey.
The variety of honey we offer throughout the year:
- Poly-floral spring or summer flower honey.
Often underrated, poly-floral honey contains nectar frоm dіffеrеnt рlаnt vаrіеtіеѕ blооmіng аt thе ѕаmе tіmе (flоwеrѕ, hеrbѕ, fruіt trееѕ, hеrbасеоuѕ рlаntѕ, еѕѕеntіаl оіl, fоrаgе, wооdу аnd оthеr vаrіеtіеѕ оf mеllіfеrоuѕ рlаntѕ) and contains the most of different vitamins and provides the best health benefits for consumer.
Роlуflоrаl hоnеу соntаіnѕ nесtаr frоm dіffеrеnt рlаnt vаrіеtіеѕ blооmіng аt thе ѕаmе tіmе (flоwеrѕ, hеrbѕ, fruіt trееѕ, hеrbасеоuѕ рlаntѕ, еѕѕеntіаl оіl, fоrаgе, wооdу аnd оthеr vаrіеtіеѕ оf mеllіfеrоuѕ рlаntѕ).
Whаt іѕ mоѕt сhаrmіng аbоut роlуflоrаl hоnеу vаrіеtіеѕ іѕ thеіr unіquеnеѕѕ. Еасh hіvе соllесtѕ nесtаr frоm dіffеrеnt flоwеrѕ аnd thuѕ twо bее соlоnіеѕ gіvе thе bее-kеереr twо dіffеrеnt tуреѕ оf hоnеу, еvеn іf thеу bеlоng tо thе ѕаmе аріаrу. Ѕо wе аrе оffеrеd ѕоmе “hеаlth”, еасh tіmе оf dіffеrеnt соmроѕіtіоn, dіlіgеntlу соllесtеd frоm dіffеrеnt hеrbѕ аnd flоwеrѕ bу thоѕе іnduѕtrіоuѕ wоrkеrѕ whо nеvеr ruѕh thrоugh thеіr dutіеѕ.
- Rape honey
The rape plant is a oleaginous plant, with a vast spreading area. The honeybees highly appreciate this plant, gathering from it important quantities of pollen and nectar.
Rape honey has in its composition more glucose than fructose. This explains the rapid crystallization. Thus, rape honey is commercialized only under crystallized form, having a creamy aspect.
Rape honey has healing properties, being recommended for curing kidney health problems. Rape plant oil, contain Q3, an element extremely important for bone development. For this reason rape honey is used to treat osteoporosis. It also helps the regeneration and elasticity maintenance of vascular walls. Rape honey consumption protects the liver, the spleen and the pancreas from various diseases.
- Buckwheat honey
Honeybees that collect and process the nectar of buckwheat flowers create a dark honey characterized by a full, robust flavor. While buckwheat honey can range in color from coppery yellow to purple or nearly black, the average jar is dark amber with a reddish tint when held to the light. Compared with lighter-colored varieties, buckwheat honey isn’t as sweet and tastes similar to molasses. The basic composition and nutritional profile of all types of honey are relatively the same, but buckwheat honey has higher concentrations of macro nutrients, trace elements and anti-oxidant compounds.
- Linden honey
Linden honey is a premiere honey. It has been used for thousands of years. Linden honey is known as linden or basswood honey in North America and lime honey in the UK and Europe. It is obtained from the blossoms of linden or basswood tress belonging to several species of Tilia.
Linden honey has a wide range of applications. It is primarily used as a diaphoretic in treating colds and fevers. It is also used a fortifying agent and it supports the heart. In Eastern Europe and Russia, it is widely used in the treatment of sore throat, rhinitis, and laryngitis. Mixed with lemon, it is used in preventing colds. When taken with tea, linden honey can be used in the treatment of the liver and gall bladder, and it also alleviates the inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract. It is applied externally to help heal festering sores on the skin, eczema, and burns.
- Heather honey
Ling Heather honey has unique sensory qualities and exhibits a gelatinous property called thixotopism. Normally it is gel-like and firm, but it will become temporarily liquid if stirred or agitated.
Ling Heather honey is reddish/orange to dark amber. It has a slightly bitter, tangy, pungent, smoky, mildly sweet taste that persists for a long time. It has a strong distinctive woody, warm, floral, fresh fruit aroma reminiscent of heather flowers. The crystallization rate is quite slow and in early stages results in a smooth light-colored mass, and if very pure, it may not crystallize at all.
- Dandelion honey
One of the most exquisite and rare honeys – dandelion honey color ranges from an intense golden yellow to a darker hue as it crystallizes. The taste is strong with medium sweetness and a slightly astringent lingering aftertaste that has been described as refreshing.
From a therapeutic point of view, dandelions and dandelion honey help the liver and kidneys to do their work and keep the bowels in a healthy condition, particularly important to dyspeptics as it does not cause wakefulness.
Do not hesitate and ask us for information on currently available honey types in stock.