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.
Due to the “bad weather” in summer, we left some hives in the shrubland. The result is a superb Bupleurum Honey that we call Summer Honey. It sounds nicer and is easier to pronounce!
Don’t miss this honey that tastes and smells of spice bread
• Appearance : When liquid, the colour is dark brown. It becomes clearer once crystallised. The consistency is smooth.
• Smell : The full-bodied smell is suggestive of spice bread.
• Taste : Bupleurum Honey has a woodsy taste.
It can be liquid, Creamy, or solid depending on the season.