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Overview: Our superb Avocado honey is characterized by being very dark amber, almost black, with reddish-brown tones. It has a faint floral smell, with clearly fruity tones and a sweet taste, with light salty notes. All this makes it clearly different from other types of floral honeys, such as rosemary, thyme or lavender, with clear organoleptic differences, which is why it is the preferred honey for many consumers. Avocado Honey is known for its high content of mineral salts and is especially rich in iron. For this reason avocado honey is said to have antianemia properties. In addition, it stands out for its high diuretic and depurative capacity. Slightly varying in taste, colour and texture from season to season, it is raw, natural and unpasteurized, as nature intended.
Colour: Dark amber, almost black, with reddish-brown tones and small colour variations from darker to lighter depending on the harvest and weather.
Aroma: It has a faint floral smell.
Taste: Fruity notes and a sweet taste, with light salty notes.
Harvest Season: Spring
Floral Source: Avocado Tree. Each tree can produce up to a million flowers each year. These, striking yellow-greenish, are generally very attractive to bees
Geography: Avocado honey is of Spanish origin and more specifically from the Malaga coast, where there are extensive areas of avocado that are harvested in spring.
Forest Honey Uses: It is a perfect option to use in culinary recipes, as it combines very well with dishes of fresh cod, with eggplant, cheeses, ice cream, etc.
Certified by the Animal Health Service, Chamber of Agriculture and the National Government of Spain.
Please note: If the honey sets (crystallizes) please don’t panic as it has not gone off. It is a natural characteristic of Raw Honey. Simply place your jar of raw honey in a glass bowl, quarter fill a pan with boiling water then place the bowl into the pan. The steam should heat the bowl, which heats the jar with out over heating it. Keep the water boiling by turning up the heat on the hob. Your honey should be runny again in 10 minutes or so (depending on size).