Thousand Flowers Honey
Colour: amber – dark amber.
Aroma: floral, with a clear and marked woody component, like dry wood. Thousand flowers honey comes from several simultaneous blooms and has a highly variable color and flavor.
Taste: sweet with salty notes and, frequently, with bitter and acid notes depending on the area.
Touch: low crystallization tendency, except if accompanied by important fabaceae (legumes).
Color: very light amber.
Taste: Subtle sweet, with acid notes and a delicious and unusual floral aftertaste.
Touch: medium crystallization.
Production area: Castilla la Mancha, Aragón, Catalonia and Community Valencian
Colour: amber – dark amber.
Aroma: floral, with a clear malt component (toasted cereal), intense and moderately persistent.
Taste: Sweet, with clear salty notes. In the retronasal, the intensity and persistence of the malt increases.
Touch: non-existent or very slow crystallization.
Production area: The entire peninsula except the coastal strip; mainly in the mountainous massifs.
Harvesting: end of summer
Color: light yellow.
Aroma: pintense cocoa, medium persistence, floral with camphor tones
Taste: sweet, generally without more, to sometimes with slight acid notes. Nasal aromas increase.
Touch: cfine crystallization if it is rich in almond, and thick if it is rich in dandelions.
Production area: Andalusia and Extremadura.
Harvesting: late winter and early spring.
Honey of Calluna
Color: light amber to dark amber.
Aroma: intense and very persistent, reminiscent of fallen leaves on the ground in autumn.
Taste: Sweet, with clear bitter and salty notes. Gelatinous sensation in the mouth, due to its high viscosity.
Touch: crystallization with separation of textures: crystals appear in the middle of the gelatinous mass.
Production area: Montane floor of massifs in the center and north of the peninsula.
Production time: End of summer.
Color: Variable depending on the botanical origin, generally yellow or brownish-yellowish-orange dominate, but greenish, dark-bluish or whitish can dominate.
Aroma: Floral and earthy
Taste: more or less sweet, depending on its floral origin, with acid notes if it has steppes or heather. Bitter notes if it has grasses, brambles or prairie legumes.
Touch: earthy in the mouth, when the balls are moistened and the microscopic grains of pollen that compose them are disintegrated.
Production area: The entire Iberian Peninsula Production time: Spring and summer.
Harvesting: Spring and summer.
The 100% pure Tesela Honey, is collected in Extremadura (Spain), by experienced beekeepers from several generations, who know how to take good care of the bees, with care, love, respect and precision.
At Tesela Natura we are committed to offering consumers a honey with all the guarantees of purity, quality and origin, with the Food of Extremadura seal, but we also have a great commitment to the environment, we are very sensitized with the care of the environment and we know that bees are essential for the survival of the species due to their pollination work, necessary for the proliferation of most crops.
Functions and details
- 100% Spanish origin.
- 100% pure honey, without mixtures of any kind.
- Quality certified by the Apinevada laboratory.
- Ideal remedy for flu, colds and colds.
- Perfect gift