Organic honey with your private label
The primary medical benefits of all honeys are that they’re high in antioxidants, anti-bacterials and anti-inflammatories, largely due to their slow release of hydrogen peroxide into the body.
All the varieties that you can wish
- Orange Blossom
- Multi flower
Organic heather honey
Organic Heather Honey aroma is intense and persistent, with notes of hummus, autumn, mushrooms and burned wood. Organic heather honey taste has a delicate flavor with a bitter point and in some cases with salty notes. Heather honey crystallizes at variable speed in thin and compact crystals. For a honey to be considered heather honey, it must contain at least 45% heather pollen within its pollen spectrum. Heather honey color is dark brown , with an 8.5 value on the Pfund scale. Originating from heather of the near the Mediterranean Sea (Alicante), It also comes from the in the humid mountains of Northern Spain (Burgos, La Rioja, Soria), at an altitude of approximately 1000, 1500 to 2000 meters. Is used as a remedy to dissolve gallstones.
Organic lavender honey
Organic Lavender Honey. Many honey connoisseurs consider lavender honey, to be the best honey in the world. With its delicate floral scent and enticing flavor reminiscent of lavender flowers, this gourmet honey derived from the nectar of lavender flowers is used to sweeten hot drinks and cookie doughs. It also makes a lovely spread for toasted bread and warm scones.
In addition to its culinary uses, lavender honey, can be used medicinally as it is rich in numerous health-boosting compounds, from tyrosine and anti-fungal substances to flavonoids and phenolic acids such as naringenin, luteolin, gallic acid, and caffeic acid.
Organic orange blossom honey
The taste of Organic Orange Blossom Honey, is predictable – it has a distinctive orange flavor. Its sweetness makes orange blossom an outstanding honey for eating straight out of the jar. Sweet and relatively thick, orange blossom honey is one of the best honey varietals you can add to tea, drizzle over granola or spread on toast. If you close your eyes as you taste it, you almost imagine yourself transported to a lovely, fragrant citrus grove.
Organic Orange Blossom Honey is usually thick with a beautiful light amber color. Over time, the honey’s color will darken slightly. Don’t be surprised if your orange blossom honey crystallizes extremely quickly, because it has very high glucose content. Orange blossom honey does indeed smell like oranges and citrus, is a fruity and sweet honey, but only has light citrus overtones rather than a strong orange flavor.
Organic Orange Blossom Honey is one of the best varieties for those who suffer from allergies, because of its relatively low pollen content. It also helps with digestion, eases sore throats, and is one of the honey varietals which can aid with wound healing when applied topically.
Organic linden honey
Fresh Organic Linden Honey is either green or clear with a green tint, but as it ages it takes on a more traditional yellow appearance with light amber the most prevalent color. It does have a high glucose-to-fructose content ratio so it will crystallize fairly quickly. Has a strong and very distinctive aroma, much stronger than you’d expect from its light color. At first sniff, linden has an unmistakable fresh woodlands smell, and then hints of menthol, camphor or mint emerge.
The honey’s taste is relatively mild, but stronger than you’d expect from its appearance. It’s extremely sweet, with many experts saying linden can compete with heather honey as the sweetest honey you can find. The flavor, however, also comes with woodsy and minty notes, along with a persistent aftertaste which is slightly bitter but definitely not objectionable.
Provides many more vitamins and minerals than most other varieties of honey. It’s rich in vitamin B, vitamin C, biotin and niacin, and its distribution of minerals like zinc, calcium, potassium and magnesium is almost identical to the distribution of those minerals in the human body, making them easily absorbable after being consumed.
Organic acacia honey
Organic Acacia Honey is one the best types of honey. There are two things that make acacia honeybetter than all the others: the fact that it’s the least allergenic of all honey types and its ability to crystalize very slowly. Add its antimicrobial and antiseptic action, low pollen content, healing properties, energizing effect and antioxidant action and you have an incredible healthy natural product with a wonderful medicinal action.
Organic thyme honey
Organic Thyme Honey Originating from Mediterranean thyme wild flowers. With many culinary, medicinal and ornamental uses, it tends to be found at higher altitudes of approximately 1,000 at 1,800 meters, as a perennial bush. Thyme honey has a thick texture, be very aromatic, has a color that reminiscent of dark amber colour when runny. When it crystallizes your texture becomes much harder, and its color becomes light sandy brown. Thyme honey is particularly good to use on the skin to exfoliate or help clear acne and blemishes. It is also very versatile in different recipes, such as: salads, as an accompaniment with cheeses, adding to meat as a glaze and beautiful in a light herbal tea.
Organic eucalyptus honey
Organic Eucalyptus honey is a variety of honey made from the flower néctar of eucaliptus blossoms. The néctar is sourced by honeybees which then process it and make it into honey. The biggest producer of eucaliptus honey is Australia, where the largest populations of the tree species exist. The variety is regarded highly because of its strong flavor profile, but also health benefits, the most notable of which include a strong antibacterial activity, antioxidant action, energizing properties and beneficial effects on respiratory and other types of infections.
Organic forest honey
Organic Forest Honey Wild Forest Honey is an effective antioxidant as it comprises of the significant anti-oxidant compounds such as glucose oxidase, catalase, ascorbic acid, flavonoids and selenium.
Pure organic Wild Forest Honey is rich in Niacin, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Pantothenic Acid, copper, calcium, iron, manganese, magnesium, potassium, phosphorous and zinc.
Forest honey is produced by bees from oak, holm oak and cork oak forests. Actually, it is considered honeydew, honeydew or honeydew, since it is not made with the nectar of flowers but from the sugary solutions that bees collect from the leaves of the trees.
For this reason, bees continue to make honey when most of the flowers have bloomed, that is, until late August or early fall.
Generally, honey has a dark amber color, although depending on the variety of honeydew, its color may change. Likewise, its flavor is strong, a little sweet and with salty notes; so it is less sweet than other varieties of honey.
On the other hand, regarding the aroma of forest honey, it is characterized by being floral, malty and very intense.
Our convetional sizes
We have conventional sizes, however we can customize the product at your convenience including your private label.
HORECA distribution Honey
We dispose of a wide range of products designed especially for the line HORECA (Hotels, Restaurants and Catering).
Formats especially designed for providing a better food service to hostel clients, our range involves the total quality assurance of the packaged product, to provide their customers with the fullest satisfaction.