Raw honey from albaida
1. Characteristics of Albaida honey 500 g
Albaida honey has an amber colour
a) New Harvest
Albaida honey is harvested at the end of the first fridge.
Albaida honey is one of the softest honeys on the Spanish market, which is why it is often used to mix with other honeys.
Albaida honey crystallizes with a fine grain size
Albaida honey has bactericidal, antiseptic and healing properties.
Albaida honey is recommended for making poles such as rice pudding and biscuits.
2. General information:
Quantity: 500 g
Production Company: Sala e Higón
Origin of the company: Turís, Valencia
a) Nutritional information:
Value per 100 g
Energy value: 329 Kcal
Protein: 0.37 %.
Carbohydrates: 81.80 %.
Dietary fiber: 0.01 %
b) Health Registry:
c) Additional information
The raw honey of albaida de Sala e Higón is bottled in a glass jar that when crystallized can take on the surface white colors due to its natural crystallization. If we buy it crystallized and we want it to return to a liquid state, the best way would be to put it in the bain-marie until it is completely liquid. Once liquid, keep it in a warm place, as cool temperatures accelerate its new crystallization.
The honey is usually put two years of preferential consumption, but if it is well preserved, endures a lifetime. To preserve it, keep it well closed in a dark place outside and dry. Moisture can spoil the honey, because if the honey picks up water, it can ferment. It is the low concentration of water and enzymes that makes honey such a good preservative.