Raw mountain honey
1. Characteristics of mountain honey of Las Obreras de Aliste
Mountain honey has an amber to brown color, but it will depend on the type of flowers or myelates, so it can take very light to very dark colors.
Produced in the Iberian Plateau Transboundary Biosphere Reserve
a) Shelf beekeeping:
The bees that have produced this honey have not undergone transhumance, that is, they remain in the same place all year round.
b) New Harvest
Mountain honey is harvested from early spring to late autumn
Mountain honey is an unsweetened honey. In the mouth it reminds us of toasted malt and wet wood. On the nose, its aroma of humus and wet soil stand out. Although it will depend a lot on its floral or myelate origin, as each year will vary.
Mountain honey takes a long time to crystallize, and crystallizes with a coarse grain size.
Mountain honey is rich in minerals and bioflavonoids, ideal for people with anemia, tiredness and lack of appetite. Bioflavonoids help us to digest better and, like all honeys, have bactericidal, antiseptic and healing properties.
Mountain honey is ideal for sweetening fresh cheeses and making sauces for meat.
2. General information:
Quantity: 500 g
Production Company: Las Obreras de Aliste CB
Origin of the company: Zamora
a) Nutritional information:
Value per 100 g
Energy value: 329 Kcal
Protein: 0.37 %.
Carbohydrates: 81.80 %.
Dietary fiber: 0.01 %
b) Additional information
The mountain honey of the Obreras de Aliste has been bottled in a glass jar that when crystallized can take on the surface white colors due to its natural crystallization.
The honey is usually put two years of preferential consumption, but if it is well preserved, endures a lifetime.