Personal menu
Search
You have no items in your shopping cart.

Honey

View as Grid List
Sort by

Fir Tree Organic Honey from Evritania Mountains Nomad 250g

EL1371
It is an aromatic honey that is light and golden but with a depth of flavor that calls forth all the wonders of high-altitude fir forests.
€10.00 excl tax excluding shipping
equates to €40.00 per 1 kg(s)

Organic Propolis Tincture Nomad 16ml

EL1559
Organic Propolis Tincture – 100% Pure Natural Bee Product for Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Bacterial, and Antioxidant Support
€11.00 excl tax excluding shipping
equates to €687.50 per 1 lt

Unique Souli Mountains Arbutus Organic Honey Nomad 250g

EL1557
Unique for lovers of bitter aftertastes with intense acidity and distinct smell. It is produced in Souli Mountains a land of particular historical interest for the Greeks.
€10.00 excl tax excluding shipping
equates to €40.00 per 1 kg(s)

Blue Thistle Organic Honey from Vikos Gorge - Nomad 250gr

EL1372
Richly aromatic and floral honey is produced by a variety of rare herbs and wildflowers, including the blue thistle.
€13.60 excl tax excluding shipping
equates to €54.40 per 1 kg(s)

Wild Oregano Premium Raw Honey 298g - Eulogia of Sparta

EL694
Reports from Ancient Greece make joy and happiness as they used symbol wreath at weddings contain oregano branches.
€12.80 excl tax excluding shipping
equates to €51.61 per 1 kg(s)

Why Greek Honey Is the Best in the World: A Beekeeper Explains

For thousands of years, Greek honey has been collected for its delicious, sweet taste and healing, nutritious properties, proving that we have always had a taste for the sweet substance.
Despite its recent international appeal, Greek honey has long been considered the best in the world, even during ancient times. This is due to its pure, sweet taste along with its proven nutritional benefits.

Greece has a historic beekeeping tradition
In Greece’s Archaic period, Greeks moved past simply foraging for honey in the wild, and began beekeeping on a larger scale.
Amazingly, archaeologists have located the sites of ancient beehives after uncovering pottery used to collect their prized golden honey.
They have also found evidence that beekeepers during the Hellenistic period were so advanced that they rotated their beehives across large expanses of the country in order to take advantage of the different plants found in various regions.
This longstanding history of Greek beekeeping continues to this day, as Greek honey producers find success in engaging in this ancient practice.
Greek honey is unique because of the country’s famed biodiversity and temperate climate. The wide variety of trees and flowers found in Greece makes the country a playground for bees, who produce honey with different tastes depending on their surroundings.