/
0
Monthly Archives

July 2021

Which honey is the best?

By You Ask, We Answer No Comments

”Which one of your honey is the best?”

We cannot define which one is the best, as this really depends on personal preferences. However, we guarantee the quality of all varieties. Feel confident in choosing any variety.
Perhaps the main choice is, do you prefer runny or crystallised honey? We have the current state of each product in the product description; this is something to look for when purchasing honey.

Where does your honey come from?’

By You Ask, We Answer No Comments

“Where does your honey come from?”

Our honey origin from Bulgaria.
Bulgaria has been known as one of the biggest producers of high-quality honey and beeswax for a long time. The history of Bulgarian beekeeping consists of ancient traditions, knowledge and experience.

Bulgaria is a small country but has a lot of magic, history, traditions and natural treasures.
The biodiversity in Bulgaria is extremely rich. It has almost all European habitat types, also a significant number of unique ecosystems.
Over one-third of its territory is mountainous and semi-mountainous areas, pure nature far away from industrial areas and all sources of pollution.

The lack of working enterprises in heavy industry preserves and enriches the ecological environment, which contributes enormously to honey production purity. Also, there are many protected areas with rare plants and animals.
The moderate four seasons climate, the varied vegetation and the natural ecological conditions form the perfect environment for the development of strong and healthy bee colonies and the extraction of clean and pure honey with fantastic taste and aroma.
Last but not least, Bulgaria is one of the richest countries in herbs and honey plants in Europe, as many of them are unique to the world.

Interesting facts #11 “The Story of Cheese and Honey”

By Interesting Facts No Comments
The combination of these two delicious foods began around A.D. 14-37 with a Roman gourmand named Marcus Gavius Apicius.
Throughout the ages, the name Apicius has been associated with luxury and gluttony and just happens to be the title of the oldest collection of recipes from ancient Rome.

Although the many legends surrounding the life of Apicius, history seems to agree that his extravagant menus were regarded as high art, and his parties were lavish banquets often lasting for days on end. As well known, feasting was a significant part of Roman society, and honey was a delicacy reserved for only the elite. Apicius included honey in many of his recipes, it kept the food fresh and moist, and it could also mask the taste of spoilage in the days before refrigeration.

Interesting facts #10 “Honey doesn’t spoil”

By Interesting Facts No Comments