Honey from Monte El Madroño
Natural mountain honey from the Alcornocales (Cádiz) national park. Production and artisanal packaging. This honey is dark amber color the smell and taste is resinous, to essences of the forest
The forest honey, also called Melada, mielato or dew is honey from the pollen that bees collect in oak, chestnut, pine, dehesas of oaks and bushes. What is really curious about this nectar is that bees also lean on the sugary nectars that produce the leaves of these trees to repair any bite of insects or caterpillars.
Characteristics of Monte honey
The color of the pure mountain honey is a dark amber color, although depending on the variety of the honeydew, you can also find a yellowish, lighter color. Its smell and taste is very reminiscent of the resin and the essences that this natural product gives off.
Properties of Mount Honey
It has a high concentration of Pliphenol which increases its antioxidant capacity. It has less sugar than the rest of the honey, so it is especially indicated for customers with less sweet tastes. The benefit of honey for health occurs in its antioxidants .
This natural food produced in natural environments in the Iberian Peninsula is very popular in Europe and Turkey.