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Raspberry Honey is collected in high mountain zones where wild raspberries are found. The Raspberry Honey harvest begins at the end of July. Raspberry Honey is always mixed with that of other flowers, but the majority of the mixture comes from raspberry nectar collected by honeybees, ensuring the natural raspberry flavour.
Chestnut Honey is one of the strongest honeys. The smell is strong and spicy. The pronounced taste is sometimes considered to be bitter. This is the ideal honey for sweetening coffee. Chestnut Honey is very unusual, but it has its followers! Some people love it, while others can’t stand it.
This classic honey known for its mild, almost neutral taste, is always liquid. It’s an excellent choice for sweetening your beverages. Acacia Honey is without a doubt the most popular honey and a must have. Young children in particular like the liquid consistency and mild flavour.
Heather Honey is a favourite amongst honey connoisseurs. With its strong taste, Heather Honey stands out from other honeys. It’s as strong as Chesnut honey and particularly sought after by northern Europeans. A large percentage of the Heather Honey produced in France is exported despite irregular harvest conditions. The gelatinous consistency makes it...
Rosemary Honey is mild, light in taste with a subtle after taste. Rosemary Honey is practically the first, single-flower honey harvested in the spring. Formerly known as Narbonne Honey, it’s been enjoyed for a long time. Like Acacia Honey, it has a delicate aroma which is more evident when the honey is Creamy.
White heather Honey is rare and is sought after for its caramel taste. White heather Honey is known for its exceptional caramel smell and taste. It’s a favourite amongst honey connoisseurs and is as strong as Chestnut Honey.
This honey is collected in the scrubland where a variety of flowers, predominately thyme, are found. Pure thyme honey is rare, especially in southern France. It’s generally found mixed with wild flower honeys such as dorycnium, lavender, cyste, honeysuckle, and rosemary.
This honey from the summer shrubland that tastes like spice bread is not to be missed. We made this unique honey accidentally. The bupleurum blooms in June and July in the coastal scrubland. Dry weather often prevents the bupleurum from blooming, and we move our hives to the mountains.
Inula viscosa Honey is collected at the end of october. Harvested at the end of October, Inula viscosa (Dittrichia viscosa), also known as False Yellowhead, Sticky Fleabane, Woody Fleabane and Yellow Fleabane gives this creamy honey a light scent. Inula viscosa honey spreads nicely on toast.
French Lavender Honey comes from the wild, lavandula stoechas found in the coastal Pyrenees. The production of French Lavender Honey is limited to southern France. It’s a rare honey that deserves to be more widely known. Like its cousin, Common or English Lavender Honey, the flavours are strong and remarkable
This rare honey is produced primarily in the salt marshes of the Mediterranean. Tamarisk Honey production remains a secret and limited to Mediterranean regions. Our tamarisk Honey is collected at the Leucate pond where numerous varieties of wild Tamarisk are found. This rare honey is worth tasting.
Strawberry Tree Honey is rare and reserved for experienced honey lovers who have been forewarned about its unique taste! Do to its bitterness, this is a very unusual honey. It’s a good one to serve to your mother-in-law!
Rare and highly sought after, the Buckwheat honey is extraordinary with its aromas of carob and its powerfull smell.The culture of buckwheat, traditionally from Brittany, gradually spread accross south of France.This honey is one of our two favorites (with Fir tree honey...)