Characterized by it's soft, light and fine amber tone, multi-floral honey is harvested between July and August in our apiaries spread across the vast Alentejo plain in the Vidigueira Council. Flowering ranges from Rosemary, Sargasso, Strawberry tree, Honeysuckle, Thistle Asnil, Tagueda, Tassel, and Sounding.
A superfood with recognized health benefits is also recommended in sugar-free diets. Honey can also be used to strengthen the immune system, improve digestive capacity and even relieve constipation.
Honey is considered antiseptic, antioxidant, antirheumatic, diuretic, digestive, expectorant and soothing. It also helps to combat and prevent degenerative diseases and is also beneficial to the skin by making it softer.
Honey may crystallize and this natural process is a guarantee of its quality and purity. When crystallized, it maintains all its nutritional and energetic properties, besides maintaining the aroma and flavour. If you want it to return to its more liquid form, you can warm it slightly in a water bath.