Often called wildflower honey is both the most common type of honey and the rarest because such honeys do not display the pure characteristics of any of their production level of nectar sources.
It is composed of nectars from different plant varieties blossoming at a particular period of time in a particular place, it is essentially impossible to reproduce it exactly from year to year because inevitably they will contain varying amounts of different flower nectars. But often it has a predominant nectar or a particular mix of flora that gives it a recognizable flavour that is prized from year to year. With some varieties, only the connoisseurs can detect the subtle differences and peculiar characteristics.
Multiflora honey’s benefits don’t stop here and there are a lot more. The widespread use of honey has been continued with the Greeks and the Romans, and tradition after tradition allowed our generation to use honey for foods, cosmetics and medicine.
- Nutritional and Nourishing
- Boosts Immunity
- Natural Energy Booster
- A Sweet Treat with Health