You Ask, We Answer – ”Which one of your honey is the best?”

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”Which one of your honey is the best?”

We cannot define, which one is the best, as this really depends on the personal preferences.

However, we guarantee for the quality of all varieties. Feel confident in choosing anyone.

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.

You Ask, We Answer – ”Where does your honey come from?”

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“Where does your honey come from?”

Our honey origin from Bulgaria.

Bulgaria has been known as one of the biggest producer of high quality honey and beeswax for a long time. The history of Bulgarian beekeeping consist of ancient traditions, knowledge and experience.

Bulgaria is small country, but has a lot of magic, history, traditions and natural treasures that no imagination can hold.

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 enriched the ecological environment, which contributes enormously for the purity of honey production. Also there are many protected areas with a rare plants and animals.

The moderate four seasons climate, the varied vegetation and the ecological natural conditions form the perfect environment for the development of strong and healthy bee colonies as well as for the extraction of clean and pure honey with amazing 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 fact #11 “The Story of Cheese and Honey”

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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 a 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 food fresh and moist; and could also mask the taste of spoilage, in the days before refrigeration.
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Interesting facts #10 “Honey doesn’t spoil”

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Interesting Facts #9 “How the Bees Make Honey”

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The Bees have glands which secrete an enzyme, known as ‘bee enzyme’. The nectar the bees collect from flowers or other nectariferous is mixed with the bee enzyme. Back at the bee hive the nectar is passed from one bee to another, further mixing the nectar with bee enzyme, then is dropped in to wax cells, called honeycomb. These are hexagonal shaped cells that the bees make out of beeswax and use it as a storage for the honey.

Delicious with Honey #2

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Easy, but elegant this recipe is perfect to be served, as a starter or a snack at any time.
4 Figs
Few slices bread
Goat Cheese
Cut 8 thin slices of bread and toast lightly – we used a walnut & sunflower seed bread and it contributed a lot to the amazing taste, but it will be as good with your preferable bread.
Generously spread the toast with goat’s cheese and add a few slices of a fresh figs.
Drizzle with honey and serve.
We used a lavender honey, which blended very well and gave a fresh aromatic finish.

Delicious with Honey #3 “Stuffed Baked Apples with Nuts and Honey”

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Juice baked apples – the perfect desert in cold or warm weather. Delicious and healthy. The apples are rich in soluble and insoluble fiber that enable healthy metabolism and food digestion. In combination with nuts and honey it gets even better!
4 apples
4 teaspoons honey
80g of crushed nuts as desired
cinnamon, vanilla extract
Wash apples and remove the inner part with a paring knife. If desired, you can cut in half and remove the core.
Place nuts and honey in a bowl. If desired, add cinnamon and vanilla extract Mix well. Fill apples with this mixture of nuts and honey.
Arrange stuffed apples in a pan coated with baking paper. Bake in a preheated oven at 200 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes until apples soften. Serve while warm.
We used Coriander Honey which has full bodied taste with notes of spicy caramel and blended fantastically well in these recipe.

Interesting Facts #5

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In Ancient Egypt Honey was a currency for all trades, used for measuring its worth relative to other objects and commodities. It was used to pay taxes and, as a kind of tribute from the various provinces to the pharaoh.

Interesting Facts #4

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Interesting Facts #4

Honey is a common remedy for insomnia. Taken before bed assists in a good night sleep. In fact University of Cambridge Counseling Service suggests ea

ting bread with honey or drinking warm tea with honey before bedtime to alleviate anxiety.

Lavender honey is excellent choice against stress and to relax the nervous system. Acts as a natural relaxant, it has a soothing effect on migraines and palpitations. Luteolin, another antioxidant found in Lavender honey, which helps to boost the immune system and promotes healthy blood glucose levels. Taken before bed Lavender honey also assist in a good night sleep.

Link to Lavender Honey➡️ https://realrawhoney.co.uk/product/lavender-honey/

Interesting Facts #3

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In ancient times honey was considered a prestige food, symbol of wealth, health and happiness and even an elixir of immortality.
Modern archaeologist excavating Egyptians tombs have often found something unexpected amongst the tombs artifacts: pots of honey, thousand of years old and yet still preserved.
One of the cases dates back to 1922 when during archaeological excavation of King Tutankhamun’s tomb was found ceramic jar of honey. The archaeologists tasted it, and to their amazement found it to be sweet and edible – 3000 year old honey still edible.