Honey

Honey is a food product produced by bees, from the nectar of flowers or their sap, which they collect, transform, combine with their own substances, accumulate and leave to mature in the honeycombs. After it has been collected by the beekeepers, it is packaged fully preserving its natural qualities.

Perhaps our key attribute is the will to persist more than anyone else, which is why we set no limits when it comes to developing products and why we have the widest product range.

Polyflora Honey

Blossom honey is a type of honey that comes from the nectar of various plant species; it has no predominance of any pollen type over others, as with monofloral honeys. Its aroma, colour and taste depend on the flowers from which it is obtained.

Monofloral Honey

Monofloral honeys are identified by their specific organoleptic characteristics, resulting from the predominance of a certain flowering and the collection of nectars by bees. 

Obtaining a monofloral honey requires painstaking work by the beekeeper, who must know the flowering behaviour and carefully collect the honey.

Monofloral Honey

Monofloral honeys are identified by their specific organoleptic characteristics, resulting from the predominance of a certain flowering and the collection of nectars by bees. 

Obtaining a monofloral honey requires painstaking work by the beekeeper, who must know the flowering behaviour and carefully collect the honey.

Organic

We are trying to bring to life some of the natural qualities found there in the first place, which is why we are looking to return to organic products.