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FLOWERS HONEY (Eucalyptus, lavender, etc.)

Flowers (Eucalyptus, lavender, etc.)
Spanish polyflora honey comes from the nectar of various plant species from all over Spain and no single pollen predominates over the others as with monofloral honey.
Colour: golden intensive colour. Using as a reference the PFund scale, the following classification can be made:
-          Extra light amber 34mm – 50mm
Floral aroma and a very sweet and floral taste.
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Thyme (Thymus spp.). This species forms a shrub of about the size of a hand, large foliage with leaves of about 1 cm at the most, including the stalk, oval shaped. Sometimes, the flower has tiny corollas and are stamenless. Normally they are very visible, attached to the upper lip of the corolla, the two external ones, bigger than the internal ones, and all of wich have brightish pink anthers. The corolla´s size is not usually more than 7 to 8 mm, and is divided into two lips: the upper one, low-cut, and the lower on which is subdivided into three diverging lobes. It is pink or white coloured. Blossoms in spring, from March onwards.
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalls). Evergreen bush, aromatic, reaches and height of about 2m with cylindrical leaves of about 4 cm long. Flowers are grouped in bunches on the leaves. The calyx is a red or green colour, divided in two lips covered in hairs. The corolla is a pale blue color made up of two lips, the bottom one is where the insects alight and another smaller one on top. Blooms in the Spring and Autum.
Very light yellow colour, white, max. 34 mm PFund. Delicate aroma, slightly balsamic, not too intense but perceptible. Sweet taste. May no tend to Crystallize.
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PREMIUM NATURE HONEY (Oak and heather)

Oak (Quercus ilex) comes from the Holm Oak tree that produces honeydew from August to September. Honey from honeydew, forest honey: it is produced by the bees from the sweet juice excretions, usually, of pine, fir, oak, cork tree and other herbaceous plants.
Heather (Quercus spp.). Bushes from the Erica species: E. Tetralix L., E. Scoparia L., E. Arbórea L., E. Australis L., E. Vagans L, etc. Harvests in summer.
Light amber color, main. 70 mm PFund. Generally with clear reddish tones. Intense and very persistent aroma of fallen leaves in autumm, hummus and wild mushrooms. Sweet taste with a clear sour component and clear salty notes that are even greater if there is honeydew presence. Fluid honey with slow cristalization.
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