Greek honey is a gift of nature and should not be missing from our diet. It stands out for its aroma, purity and high quality. Its taste varies, depending on the production origin, such as flower honey that is produced from the nectar of citrus and other fruit trees, thyme honey from thyme and pine honey from conifer trees.
The ancient Greeks used it as a remedy for many ailments, thanks to its high content of antioxidants. It helps to treat inflammation, cough and diseases of the upper respiratory and is the most valuable sweetener in Greek cuisine.