Raw lavender honey
1. Characteristics of lavender honey of Apícola Moreno
Lavender honey has an amber color, lighter the more lavandin or savory (Satureja montana) it has, and darker when it has more myelates.
a) New Harvest
Lavender honey is harvested in summer and is very negatively affected by periods of drought and high winds.
Lavender honey has unique characteristics due to its high content of sucrose and maltose, the latter being a disaccharide found only in lavender which gives this honey a very peculiar and delicious aroma. The nose of this honey reminds us perfectly of the lavender fields. In the mouth it gives us sweet and fruity sensations in the mouth with acid notes. If you have more myelates, lighter, salty, longer and more powerful notes may appear.
Raw lavender honey crystallizes after a few months with a finer or coarser grain size depending on the species of lavender that has been harvested.
Lavender honey is one of the honeys with the greatest amount of beneficial properties for health; it has stood out since ancient times for its great bactericidal and antiseptic power, traditionally used for external use against insect bites, burns and wounds; It has antidiarrheal properties and prevents flus, bronchitis and colds.It promotes sleep, moderates irritability, aggressiveness and stress, and finally, its high iron content, ideal for people suffering from anemia.
Lavender honey is recommended for frying both sweet and savoury fried foods and in the preparation of poultry sauces.
For lovers of natural cosmetics, this honey is ideal for making soaps and shampoos.
2. General information:
Quantity: 1 Kg
Production Company: Apícola Moreno
Origin of the company: Brihuega, Guadalajara
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
Lavender honey is bottled in a glass jar that when crystallized can take on the surface white colors due to its natural crystallization.
Honey is usually given two years of preferential consumption, but if it is well preserved, it lasts a lifetime.