Carefully selected ingredients are the soul of this series.
Even though we call them INNOVATIONS, they are rather continuation of our tradition – production of polish honeys. However, we went one step further in searching for and selecting the honeys with highest quality parameters. This search resulted in a serious of honeys for true gourmet experts and connoisseurs. We have put every possible effort into the making of this series, so that these honeys are characterized by the highest quality parameters, but also an unusually rich taste bouquet. The taste of our normal honey is already great, however this particular selection process makes the Polish honeys series an unforgettable experience. Our primary goal when making this series was not to simply place the same product in a different packaging, but rather to find and select the most exceptional honeys from their respective kinds. Let us take the multi-flower honey as an example. This particular honey has a pleasant and deep aroma, which is due to honeydew, lime or dandelion content. The packaging for this series is also brand new. We have packed this new series into our newest, exceptional, and not available in our normal offering, 500g jar. This new jar was also given a new label and fresh graphical design. The golden elements and convexities underline the precious qualities and characteristics of this honey along with the fact that they are simply unique in their nature. The purpose of these honeys is not to simply give pleasure, but rather to ASTONISH. We could go on for a long time describing the unique nature of this series, however it would be much easier to simply try one of the available sorts, and quietly enjoy the unforgettable taste.
Bees do not gather honey with the purpose of benefitting the humans. They do so in order to preserve their species. Honey is one of the elements of their "diet," and once picked by the bees, it is stored in honeycombs as food supply. Bees "produce" honey with the use of a special nectar secreted by glands located in various plants.
These plants can be divided into two categories: nectar producing plants and honeydew plants. While bees pick the nectar directly from the nectar plants once it has been produced, the case of honeydew plants differs, as the bees collect the dew, once it has been processed by aphids and woodworms ... read more