Bream honey / Aliaga honey, RAW.
One of the darkest honeys that is least known, since its production is practically mixed to obtain the milfores. It is Spain there are areas of abundant broom bushes. That's where the hives are implanted to get the maximum purity and get honey of great nutritional value. It is not a strong flavor, but something special. Its crystallization is almost zero, but with the cold, and if it is completely raw, it tends to thicken a lot.
Very confused, and at the same time similar in properties with aliaga honey. The two plants have a very similar flower, very bright yellow. The honey of raw broom is a monofloral characteristic of the Iberian Peninsula, highly appreciated by the consumer who tests it and is highly valued for the one who repeats.
BECAUSE THESE HONEYS ARE NATURAL AND RAW
- It is neither pasteurized nor heated at high temperature.
- It is not ultrafiltered (since it eliminates pollen).
- It has no mix of different honeys from different countries, it is 100% Spanish.
- Produced by bees that are not given antibiotics.
- Produced by bees that are not fed sugar or glucose in the winter.
- It comes from an environment with very low levels of pollution.