1. Characteristics of multifloral honey of Obreras de Aliste 1 Kg
Multifloral 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
Multi-flower honey is harvested throughout the year from the bees, from spring to autumn.
The honey of thousand flowers will have an aroma with outstanding floral notes that when tasting it produces sweet sensations with light acid or salty notes. Both the flavours and aromas will depend on the majority of the honey’s origin.
Multi-flowered honey has a tendency to crystallize with a fine grain size
Multi floral honey has anti-inflammatory, digestive and healing properties. If it is dark, it will have more minerals, making it a great food supplement, preventing anemia and promoting digestion.
We recommend multi-flower honey for pairing cured cheeses, fruits such as bananas and for making ice cream.
2. General information:
Quantity: 1 Kg
Production Company: Las Obreras de Liste 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 multiflowers honey of the Obreras de Aliste is packaged in a glass jar that when crystallized can take on the surface white colors due to its natural crystallization. Being a dark honey takes a long time to crystallize, but after cold winter temperatures, it is easy to find this honey at this time of year crystallized.
The honey is usually put two years of preferential consumption, but if well preserved, endures a lifetime.