Linden honey is produced from nectar and manna, so it has the properties of both nectar and manna honey. The conductivity of this type of honey is not limited, it can be low, from 0.5 mS / cm onwards, but it can also be high, more than 1.0 mS / cm. Linden honey is characterized by being very refreshing and reminiscent of linden flowers in smell and taste.

Sensory property
Color: It can be light yellow to light amber, straw color, with a green tinge.
Clarity: Not necessarily always clear.
Crystallization: Usually crystallizes quickly. Large, coarse crystals are typical. Crystallized honey is ivory to milky yellow in color.
Description: The scent of linden flowers, fresh and delicate scent, the smell of menthol, lemon peel, lemongrass, wood or sawdust. It can also be after medicines, disinfectants, cleaners.
Intensity: Medium to strong.
Persistence: Medium to long lasting.
A medium to very fresh taste of menthol is perceptible, if present, bitterness is also persistent.
– sweet: medium to strong,
– acidic: weak to medium,
– bitter: may be weak to medium.
The aroma is very characteristic.
Durability: Medium to long lasting.
Description: Fresh, menthol, fresh walnuts, herbs, cooked linden flowers. A mild aroma of flowers can also be detected.
Intensity: Medium to strong.

Due to its pronounced antibacterial action, it is an excellent preventive agent, it is used for colds, coughs, angina and other inflammatory processes, wounds, burns, fever, headache, loss of appetite. It is recommended for diseases of the stomach, liver and kidneys, stimulates metabolism and soothes cramps, accelerates sweating and is therefore not suitable for heart patients.