Thousand flower honey refers to honey that is not single-flower, i.e. honey that has been produced from numerous natural sources, none of which is predominant. A single-flower honey must come from at least 60% of one type of source.

Therefore, the honey from my flowers is collected throughout the entire production period of the bees, from spring to autumn.

Our raw honey of a thousand flowers

Raw multi-flowered honey does not have any fixed colour, as this varies depending on the year and the area. Normally, it usually comes from some source with myelates, so it often takes on darker colours.

The aroma of this honey stands out for a powerful and forceful taste with floral notes that when tasting it produces sweet sensations with light acid or salty notes.

Benefits and properties of thousand flower honey

The honey of thousand flowers like any other has bactericidal, antiseptic and healing properties and depending on its natural sources, will stand out with one or other properties.

Its great floral variety enhances its anti-inflammatory, digestive and healing properties. As it contains myelates from tree sap, it is rich in minerals, making it a great food supplement that prevents anaemia, promotes digestion and is antiseptic.

Thousand Flower Honey Recommendations

The honey of thousand flowers is ideal for those not looking for certain flavors of a honey, because each jar will have its own particular one.

The great cooks usually use honey to pair cured cheeses, fruits such as bananas and as an ingredient in the preparation of ice cream.

Indications

Multi-flower honey usually crystallizes fairly quickly, but this depends entirely on its natural sources. If the honey is darker, it will crystallize very slowly. Also, its aroma and color will vary each year and in each region.

Origin

Our thousand-flowered honey is obtained from four beekeepers; one of them comes from Sigüenza, a town in Guadalajara where the honey is produced with the Denomination of Origin of La Alcarria; the second one, also from another town in Guadalajara, Brihuega, also belonging to this region; our third beekeeper comes from Cádiz; and finally, he does not supply multifloral honey, a beekeeper located in the province of Zamora. The peculiarity of the latter is that its hives are stationary throughout the year, since the rest of them practice transhumance, that is, they move the hives in search of blooms.