Honey is an aromatic, viscous, sweet product derived from plant nectar, which bees collect and alter to feed on a denser liquid and eventually store it in honeycombs in their hive. Bees also produce honey from the secretions of living parts of plants or from the secretions of insects that suck plants. So, after collecting the raw material and after a careful process they perform the juices are mixed with special substances of their body, they dehydrate it, dropping its moisture from 14% to 18% and after it matures, they seal it with a wax film, so that to be able to be maintained. Only then can it be collected by the beekeeper.
The two main categories of honey are flower honey derived from plant nectar and honeydew derived from the natural juices of plants and insects that feed on these plants.
The types of honey are determined by the variety of plants or trees from which the bees collected nectar or honeydew, for example from the natural environment in which they live.
Based on this, it is easily understood that each region produces its own honey depending on its flowering and the climatic conditions that exist, giving unique characteristics to the taste, the aroma, the color, so in an overall context, to its identity, of honey produced.
We offer you the taste of the lush natural landscape that surrounds our beehives. So we suggest you not only to see but also to taste the nature of Halkidiki!
Here is a way for the images of our beautiful Halkidiki to be transformed into taste and to complete your experience here with the contribution of literally all your senses.