The honey from Greece is considered to be some of the finest on a global scale due to the unlimited summer sun, the biodiversity of the Greek countryside plus the rich variety of Greek flora, which includes over 850 species found nowhere else in the world.
Scientists and botanists consider Greece a country with the richest flora in the Mediterranean basin, (more than 7,500 different species of herbs, plants, wild flowers and trees). Greece has a long history of bee-keeping and there are more beehives per acre in Greece than any other country in Europe.
Greek honeys are richer in aromatic substances, compared to other honeys produced in other countries; they have less humidity, which means they are denser and richer.
There are near 23 different types of Greek honey. We have chosen a selection to meet every taste.
Oak (Black) honey: A very rare from the sap of the acorns of the oak tree. It has a unique aroma and a malty taste that is unusual and simply extraordinary. A star quality honey!
Pine honey: One of the most popular tree honeys with a powerful aroma and a sweet taste with a tangy aftertaste. It comes from the resin on the bark of the pine tree and it definitely is one to have in your honey cupboard.
Thyme honey: The original honey from Greece with a history of over 3,000 years. It has the authentic honey taste and is superior in nutrients. An excellent remedy for sore throat.
Wildflowers and Herbs honey: Bees collect the nectar and oils from flowers and herbs to make this amazing honey. An explosion of flavours from spring flowers, heathers, thyme, chamolile that leaves a long lasting taste.
Heather honey: A herbal honey rich in nutrients with a balanced sweet taste. One of the finest honeys.
Polyfloral honey: The sweetest honey there is. This is the pure juice from the nectar of spring flowers that bees adore!
Arbutus honey: A rare honey that can only be found in Greece, Portugal and Sardinia. From the evergreen shrub of the Strawberry tree, this is a bitter-sweet honey.