Monofloral Honey

Description of Monofloral Honey 

Monofloral Honey is a kind of honey delivered by the nectar of a single species of plant, such as Acacia Honey, Eucalyptus Honey, Heather Honey and other listed below.

For everything to fall into place, the plant that you need your nectar from requires to overwhelm the climate in which the honey bees are gathering dust. The plant needed, should be the most desirable one for bees.

Eucalyptus Honey is gathered from the blossoms of eucalyptus tree. It has medium-dark color and strong flavor. Rosemary Honey on the other hand has light color and herbaceous flavor. Heather Honey has dark color with reddish tinge and has slightly bitter taste. Lavender Honey has light color and floral flavor. Oak Honey is produced in mountain areas. It has dark amber color and a bit spicy flavor. Other Monofloral Honeys are Lime Honey and Lemon Honey. 

The extraction of the Monofloral Honey 

Extraction of the honey from the combs at the end of the season involves breaking the wax seal and removing the honey by centrifugation. The honey is then strained and, in some cases, filtered and heated to eliminate yeasts that could cause spoilage. Once bottled, some products can be prone to hardening due to the crystallization of the sugars.  

 

Packing

Metal Drums of a 290 – 295kg net.

Monofloral Honey

 

 

Description of Monofloral Honey 

Monofloral Honey is a kind of honey delivered by the nectar of a single species of plant, such as Acacia Honey, Eucalyptus Honey, Heather Honey, Orange Blossom Honey and other listed below.

For everything to fall into place, the plant that you need your nectar from requires to overwhelm the climate in which the honey bees are gathering dust. The plant needed, should be the most desirable one for bees.

Eucalyptus Honey is gathered from the blossoms of eucalyptus tree. It has medium-dark color and strong flavor. Rosemary Honey on the other hand has light color and herbaceous flavor. Heather Honey has dark color with reddish tinge and has slightly bitter taste. Lavender Honey has light color and floral flavor. Oak Honey is produced in mountain areas. It has dark amber color and a bit spicy flavor. Other Monofloral Honeys are Lime Honey and Lemon Honey. 

 

The extraction of the Monofloral Honey 

Extraction of the honey from the combs at the end of the season involves breaking the wax seal and removing the honey by centrifugation. The honey is then strained and, in some cases, filtered and heated to eliminate yeasts that could cause spoilage. Once bottled, some products can be prone to hardening due to the crystallization of the sugars.  

 

Packing

Metal Drums of a 290 – 295kg net.