Eucalyptus honey is a natural product made by bees in their stomachs from the honeyates of the Eucalyptus tree. A honey of the most demanded because of its magnificent properties.

Fantastic selection of top quality raw eucalyptus honeys from Spanish beekeepers.


  1. Our raw Eucalyptus honey
  2. Benefits and properties
  3. Recommendations
  4. Indications
  5. Origin
  6. History
  7. Frequently questions

Summary: Eucalyptus honey is a delicious honey with a unique taste and brings us a lot of benefits. Furthermore, it is also available in our shop in Las Rozas and all the honey we sell comes from trusted Spanish beekeepers.

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1. Our raw eucalyptus honey

Firstly, we show you the most important characteristics of this raw eucalyptus honey:

a) Color

Raw Eucalyptus honey has a dark amber colour with greenish reflections. If it contains contributions from other plants, such as heather and broom, this honey takes darker colors. In addition, it takes on a brown earth colour when it crystallises.

b) Aroma

Its aroma is very characteristic, very intense and persistent.  When tasted, it reminds us of the taste of wet wood. Likewise, its taste is sweet, with slight acidic and sometimes salty notes if it contains some broom or heather pollen.

Furthermore, we show you a video about eucalyptus

Video 1: Eucalyptus tree

c) Crystallization

Such honey has a medium tendency to crystallize, and when it does, its crystals are fine.

d) Not homogenized

Our honey comes from one place only. Additionally, our beekeepers do not mix honeys from different origins.

e) Eucalyptus tree

Eucalyptus is a tall tree, originally from Australia. It was exported to America and Europe at the end of the last century. Among the countries that imported we have Spain. At present it occupies also large extensions of the northwest and southwest of Spain.

f) Flowering and harvesting

Eucalyptus flowers from September to March in the northern hemisphere. Therefore, the honeys obtained from this tree are harvested in early fall. In the south of Spain, if the year has had a mild winter, we can find eucalyptus blooms.

Hojas del eucalipto

Photo 1: Eucalyptus tree leaves

g) Pollen

The majority pollen of this honey belongs to the species Eucalyptus camaldulensis, E. globulus and E. sp. However, we can also find pollen from other species, such as: fabaceae, asteraceae, cistáceas and chupamieles. Cistáceas are very rare.

h) Useful life

After two years of the harvest, honey can lose some property

i) Destination population

At the same time, this honey is recommended for everyone. Except for children under the age of 2, we recommend that you consult your doctor.

j) Ecological or conventional

Furthermore, eucalyptus honey is available in both organic and conventional forms. In the organic honey we have the certificates of each year, to ensure that it is always 100 percent organic.

k) Committed to the environment and rural development

In addition, all our beekeepers who supply us with thyme honey are committed to the environment and are doing a great job in rural development.

l) Gift of nature

Honey is also a gift given to us by nature and is extracted without sacrificing any living being.

Selección de las mejores mieles de España

Photo 2: Gift box with 8 honeys

2. Benefits and properties 

Firstly, this honey is one of the most demanded honeys on the market. Since it is one of the most bactericidal honeys, because a component from the nectar of Eucalyptus, eucalyptol, enhances its bactericidal and antiseptic power. Therefore, this honey has magnificent properties to help to cure sore throat.

This honey has been also used since ancient times to treat respiratory tree infections, sore throats and constipation. Furthermore, it is also magnificent in wound healing, and leaves no mark of the wound.

a) Honey of Eucalyptus with milk

Milk honey is a remedy against colds and flu that has been used for dozens of generations. Also, within the honeys to fight the cold, the most appropriate is the eucalyptus honey.

b) Honey in pregnancy

Honey consumption in pregnancy is very positive for the following reasons:

  • Honey contains folic acid, a compound that stimulates the formation of red blood cells in both the woman and the fetus.
  • It also contains ascorbic acid, magnesium, copper and zinc, a compound that promotes the formation of antibodies.
  • This provides a great amount of energy, very necessary for both.

So, it’s a fantastic mile for pregnant women.

c) Contraindications:

Taking the honey in normal quantities, without abusing it, does not have any contraindication. However, it should not be taken by children under the age of two, in case they have a bacterial colony. Although the possibility that this will arise is almost zero.

3. Recommendations

Our Eucalyptus honey is a honey with a marked flavour, ideal for people who like a more powerful taste. It is also ideal for preparing both hot and cold drinks.

In general, we can use it for toasts and infusions.

Infusiones con miel

Also, great chefs recommend Eucalyptus honey for pairing vegetable salads, reduced sauces and big game dishes.

We also give you other recommendations to get the most out of this honey

a) Eucalyptus honey with milk

Eucalyptus honey is an ancient remedy that we have all used to cure sore throats. To do this, it is as easy as heating a glass of milk and pouring in a spoonful of eucalyptus honey.

4. Indications

The crystallization of this honey is very slow, and when crystallizing forms thick crystals. If you want it to be liquid, the best way is to put our honey in Bain Marie until it becomes completely liquid. To keep it liquid, it is necessary to leave it somewhere not very cool, because temperatures near 14 ºC accelerate its crystallization.

5. Origin

Also, they are the beekeeper who we work with.



Antonio Simón
  • Madrid
  • Organic
Apícola Moreno
  • Brihuega, Guadalajara
  • No organic
Rancho Cortesano
  • Cádiz
  • Organic and no organic

Table 1: Our beekeepers who supply us with this honey.

Finally, we must emphasize that we have visited all our beekeepers. For this reason, we can assure their seriousness and commitment to quality. Furthermore, we know that we could find cheaper honey, as it is as easy as mixing quality honey with Chinese honey, or collecting honey early to get more weight. MOst importantly, wur beekeepers follow the most suitable collection and packaging processes to offer you the highest quality honey.

a) Other origins

The eucalyptus comes from Australia and has been planted in many European countries. Therefore, in Europe you can bring this honey from many places.

In addition, it is a very demanded honey. So it is easy to enter the vast majority of supermarkets in the United Kingdom. Supermarkets such as Tesco, Sainsburys, Asda, Waitrose, M&S, Holland and Barret.

6. History

Their history is very brief in Spain and Europe, which begins in 1792, when they began to be imported. They were taken to most of the quality countries in the world.

7. Frequently Questions

In addition, these are the most asked questions:

  • Is it good for colds?

Eucalyptus honey is another one of the most demanded, especially during the cold season. It does also help against colds.

  • Does it have a very strong flavor?

This is a honey with a characteristic flavor, which many people love. If it has enough aroma.

  • Also, can I use other honeys for colds?

People also usually take thyme and lavender because they also have similar properties to eucalyptus honey.

  • Is our eucalyptus honey the same as the honey from the market and carrefour?

We only offer top quality raw eucalyptus honey. A honey that comes directly from the honeycomb without having suffered any manipulation process.



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