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.
• Appearance : In a liquid state, Raspberry Honey is yellow or chestnut brown and then becomes lemon yellow or orange after a rapid crystallization period. The consistency is fine but sometimes hard.
• Smell : discrete, subtle and smooth
• Taste : The delicate raspberry flavour is more noticeable in the after taste.
Contains numerous trace elements.
Raspberry Honey can be liquid, solid, or creamy depending on the season.
Raspberry bushes are thorny, perennial brambles that produce flowers and fruit at the same time. They can be found growing along hedges, bordering forests, embankments or hillsides, uncultivated areas, where they grow abundantly, deforested areas, and in the forest underbrush where they grow more slowly due to the lack of light.
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