Eğriçayır Organic Flower Honey 850 Gr X 3 Pieces
About Polyflora Eğriçayır Organic Flower Honey
The smell of the honey we ate in our childhood comes to our nose and taste to our palate while we eat this honey.
While producing our honey, we follow the spring with our hives. In Eğriçayır Plateau, spring first starts at low altitudes and then comes up to the summit. Our hives are also found at different altitudes of the plateau in certain periods, that is, in places where there is spring, flowers and plant flora. Since there is different vegetation at each altitude, we produce organic honeys with different aromas. We produce our polyfloral flower honey at an altitude of 2,300 meters and above, in a region where production is difficult for bees, but where the product is of high quality.
The factors that make honey organic are the characteristics of the region, the absence of agriculture around it, the beekeeper not giving antibiotics etc. to the bee. In addition to our analyses, our Polyflora flower honey has a gold medal in Apimondia, one of the most prestigious beekeeping awards in the world. You can also review our analysis, certificates and awards.
Eğriçayır Plateau, which has the flora of the Taurus Mountains, has wild wildflowers such as cornflower and Taurus rock thyme. Due to these geographical features and vegetation, our Organic Polyflora Flower Honey has an intense aroma.
So how does honey taste? The answer to the question of how good honey is understood and how it tastes is quite relative and we can say that it varies from person to person. Honey has different aromas according to each region. In order to reach good honey, it is very important to buy honey from its source and to research its certificates and analyzes well. Depending on the source, the taste of honey may vary.
All honeys are divided into two categories according to their source. Flower honey and glandular honey. The most well-known example of secretion honey is pine honey. It does not come from the flower, it has no or little pollen. According to the source of flower honey, if it comes from a single flower, it takes the name of that flower. (This is called monoflora) Honey produced by bees from many flowers is called Polyflora Honey.