Honey Flora del Maestrazgo Early Spring
Flora honey from Maestrazgo early spring
100% natural and artisan
PRODUCT INFORMATION "Flora del Maestrazgo Early Spring Honey"
Honey produced and packaged in Spain. 100% natural honey from our own harvest. Collected in a traditional way in the heart of the mountains of Maestrazgo (Teruel) between 600 and 1,700 meters high. Handcrafted by decanting to guarantee all its properties in the Beekeeping Farm Casa Montaña located in the Maestrazgo Cultural Park and protected space Red Natura 2000.
- Net weight: 260gr/750gr
- Flower:flowers of early spring
- Preservation: keep in a cool place away from light.
What is Flora del Maestrazgo Early Spring Honey?
Flora del Maestrazgo Early Spring Honey is a type of honey that is produced in the Maestrazgo region, located in the province of Teruel, Spain. This honey is characterized by being a polyfloral honey, that is, it is obtained mainly from the nectar of the flowers of the wild flora that is found in the Maestrazgo during the early spring.
El Maestrazgo is a mountainous area with great floral diversity, which contributes to obtaining this unique honey. During early spring, various plant species bloom and provide nectar that bees collect and transform into honey.
Flora del Maestrazgo Early Spring Honey has its own organoleptic characteristics, which may vary depending on the predominant flowers in the area during that period. It can be light or amber in color, and its flavor and aroma will depend on the flowers that contributed to its preparation.
benefits of Flora del Maestrazgo Early Spring Honey
Flora del Maestrazgo Early Spring Honey is a natural honey that is produced in the Maestrazgo region, in Spain. Being rich in nutrients, antioxidants, and antibacterial compounds, this honey can provide benefits such as energy, strengthening the immune system, protection against oxidative stress, relief from coughs and sore throats, and improving digestive health.
How to use Flora del Maestrazgo Early Spring Honey?
This honey is appreciated for its quality and for reflecting the natural environment of the Maestrazgo. It is commonly used as a natural sweetener, both in beverages and in food preparation, and is also enjoyed straight up.