Honey composition and quality depends on the combination of flowers that the bees have visited to collect nectar. The main ingridients of honey are glucose, fructose, minerals, proteins and pigments.
What makes the difference between honey varieties is the proportion of minerals, proteins, acids and pigments. The dark honey is always richer in minerals and is considered to be more nutritious. Moreover the thicker type of honey are richer in nitrients than the more liquid because they contain less water.
The honey varieties that we dispose are: mountain flowers honey, heather and honeydew including pine, forest honey and fir honey.