Acacia honey is collected by bees in the spring, during the flowering of white and yellow acacia trees. Acacia trees begin to bloom in late May and end flowering in June. Acacia is a very good honey plant. Under favorable weather conditions, bees are able to collect up to several hundred kilograms of high-quality honey from one hectare of acacia thickets. Freshly pumped honey of white and yellow acacia is either very light, almost transparent, or with a yellowish or greenish tinge. Upon crystallization, it becomes fine-grained and light. This variety has a very mild taste and delicate, delicate aroma.
Honey from herbs is called polyfloral - from the Greek word "polys" - numerous and French "fleur" - a flower. As the name suggests, it is produced by bees from nectar collected from a variety of flowering plants, both wild and cultivated. In the Vinnytsia region, honey from herbs is usually obtained from sunflower, buckwheat, linden, acacia and various field grasses, shrubs and trees. Such honey is harvested from May to August, depending on the place of receipt. It can have a different shade - from amber to brown. Herbal honey is extremely fragrant, has excellent medicinal qualities even against the background of other types of honey, and quickly crystallizes. Souvenir honey is often produced from such a product, packaged in beautiful barrels and jars. Polyfloral honey is divided into a number of varieties, depending on the time and place of collection.
Based on the traditions of several generations and the recommendations of the most famous beekeepers in Ukraine, we produce the "right honey", while maintaining the same extremely useful natural composition. Our farming family offers you natural honey collected by bees in an ecologically clean region, without antibiotics and other harmful impurities from their own apiary. We are able to ensure the highest level of product quality according to Ukrainian and EU standards, which is confirmed by the necessary certificates.
Linden honey is rightfully considered one of the most valuable varieties of this product. Linden honey has a light amber or light yellow hue, the fresh product is transparent and has an intense taste, sometimes with a slight bitterness. Linden honey is very fragrant, its aroma combines mint, balm and a persistent scent of linden blossom. Among all the variety of varieties, linden honey, along with heather honey, is the sweetest. It contains about 36% glucose and up to 40% fructose. Linden honey is collected in the areas where linden forests grow from the nectar of the yellow-green flowers of this tree. The beekeepers dubbed the linden the queen of melliferous plants, for the high collection of honey that this tree provides during the flowering period.