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Honing Hermanillas is:
Ecological, Raw, Artisan Honey, from Retama Hermanillas packaged by the Beekeeper.
RETAMA honey (Retama sphaerocarpa) is obtained from small intense yellow flowers just 5 millimeters that this shrub offers. Flowering begins from April to June.
The broom honey is produced in the Canary Islands and in the southern half of Andalusia, we collect the honey in the Alcornocales Natural Park, Cádiz, Andalusia and it is packaged with all the guarantees of quality and traceability. It usually takes other names such as ailaga honey, gorse honey, broom honey, golden shower honey or yellow broom honey.
It is within the mono-floral honeys Retama honey is the great unknown.
In the same way, we make this honey in a traditional way throughout its process, as well as its packaging, we take care to preserve all its vitamins, nutrients, minerals and antioxidant and antibacterial properties. That is why, indicated to prevent and treat infectious processes of the respiratory tract. In this way, it helps to cut the symptoms of colds thanks to its natural anti-viral effect.
Likewise, we apply scientific tests to our organic, raw and unpasteurized honey in an approved laboratory to guarantee the quality of all our products. In this way, we carry out tests of authenticity and quality of honey, from its inception to the phase of the finished product. Finally we obtain honey of the best quality, collected and packaged by hand.
Tasting of our Organic broom Honey:
Color tones can vary from amber to reddish-brown.
How peculiar is the smell of this honey can remind us of flour (farinaceous), intense, and with some exquisite floral floral hint, balanced and the flavor is tasty balsamic caramel, with a refined salty touch, a delight for the palate.
As it is an ecological raw broom honey, it has a very slow crystallization, it is good news for those who like creamy honey, without any additive its consistency remains creamy, it is packaged in glass containers. If you prefer to consume it in its most liquid form, you can heat it slowly in a water bath without exceeding 35º.