flower honey

Flower honey can be varied in its sensory properties, as these depend on the type of flowers on which the bees have accumulated nectar. It is characterized by the fact that it is quite bright and tastes medium to strong, even very strong sweet, and that it has a burning aftertaste of sweet. In this type, the taste of sour is also present, which is weak to moderately pronounced. The electrical conductivity must be lower than 0.8 mS / cm, on average 0.5 mS / cm.

Sensory property
Color: It can be very different, from straw yellow to brown. It depends on the type of plant and the proportion of honey from the manna.
Clarity: Mostly blurred, rarely clear.
Crystallization: It crystallizes quickly, crystals can be very fine or large and coarse. The color of crystallized honey is lighter than non-crystallized, it can be from light yellow to light brown.
Description: It can have a very pleasant smell: fruit, even cooked fruit or compote, meadow flowers (violets, dandelions), alpine flowers, meadow flowers, wax. Its smell can also be less pleasant: after cooked fruit or compote, sugar, sometimes it is also sharp or has the smell of wood or resin (depending on the proportion of manna).
Intensity: Medium to strong.
Persistence: It is medium to long-lasting, with a burning aftertaste of sweet. Sometimes it’s also refreshing.
– sweet: medium to strong, even very strong,
– acidic: weak to medium.
The aroma is varied and varied.
Durability: Medium to long lasting.
Description: Perceptible aroma of flowers (violets, meadow flowers, herbs, clover), fresh fruit (apples, pears, peaches, nutmeg, prunes, figs), compote or cooked fruit, caramel or milk candies, brown sugar, caramel and molasses, after green (fresh grass, crushed green leaves). Sometimes the perceptible aroma of honey is from manna, after resin and bark.
Intensity: Medium to strong.

It is a well-known natural remedy for allergies (especially against hay fever) and for exhaustion of the body.