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Greek honey is characterized by a golden color and an extremely limpid and crystalline appearance. Greek honey also has a sustained but not excessive density, ideal to be poured on a dessert or to become an exquisite ingredient that can be easily used.
Among the definitely noblest Greek honey varieties, the Greek thyme honey is certainly positioned on the first step of the podium for its delicacy and its unmistakable taste. Thanks to its soft golden and crystalline color, Greek thyme honey is one of the most delicate and most sought after varieties. It is often available in limited quantities.
Equally excellent, and with a slightly stronger taste, forest honey is a great alternative. It is not a single flower production (as in the case of thyme) but a mix of pollen. It is often combined with pollen deriving from wild flowers. Its color is slightly darker, tending to red, and the paste also takes on a denser consistency.
The best way to present and describe the qualities of the Greek honey is also a great culinary advice: "Taste it"! A 100% Mediterranean excellence of flavour and taste, the Greek honey combines unique essences with its special softness and delicacy making it certainly one of the most renowned in the whole Mediterranean basin.
It is so tasty that ancient Greeks called it ambrosia, a food that according to the Greek mythology was reserved exclusively for the gods. In fact, in ancient times it was believed that ragweed had particular qualities including that of giving longevity and immortality to anyone who consumed it. For this reason, mythology depicts the Greek gods often intent on drinking or eating this delicious food.
In Greece, there are ideal conditions for the production of high quality Greek honey: intense heat in the summer, the widespread presence of wild aromatic plants, the almost no absence of pollution (except for the metropolis of Athens, of course).
There are as many myths related to this product as the uses of Greek honey in the country's traditional cuisine.
It can be an excellent ingredient for baked meats and stew, especially for the most tasty game meats. Honey is also a great natural sweetener for any type of infusion and herbal tea.
The use that has certainly made it famous all over the world is also the most simple and tasty dessert recipe in Greece: Greek yogurt with honey and walnuts. It is a great classic of the Mediterranean diet; a breakfast full of flavour and energy, but also a sublime dessert after your main meal!
In Greece, honey is frequently used in desserts, it is in fact an exquisite natural sweetener. Think for example of traditional desserts such as baklava or kataifi.
More generally, most of the sweets that come from the Middle Eastern tradition make extensive use of honey as a basis for their creation.
Honey also pairs exceptionally with cheeses and in Crete, for example, there are many desserts (including fried) made with cheese that are covered with a generous pour of honey. And in Crete, honey is truly delicious!
Thanks to Greek Flavours today you can select the best Greek honey and receive it comfortably at home. You will then be able to find qualities of thyme honey, forest honey and wild flower honey.
All these varieties are carefully selected from the best Greek producers. Beekeepers who are often born out of passion and then find themselves transforming their vocation into full-fledged production for trade.
Over the last few years, the internal production landscape has significantly changed. Alongside the historic producers such as Attiki, small and medium-sized producers have gradually developed that aim primarily at the uniqueness of their products.
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