Bees produce forest honey from the nectar of flowers of fruit trees, shrubs and flowers.
Honey bouquet: the color of the forest honey depends on the nectar of honey plants from which it was collected. The shade can vary from light yellow to dark, almost black. It has a peculiar, astringent, slightly bitter taste. Aroma has absorbed all the herbs of the forest with its sophisticated and vibrant scents.
Beneficial properties: Forest honey useful properties have found application in the treatment of diseases such as bronchitis, sore throat, stomatitis, anemia, vitamin deficiency, hypertension, insomnia, diseases of the stomach and intestines.