Acacia honey without any kind of additive or manipulation.
Acacia honey originates in the second part of the honey-harvesting season and is mostly collected from the Acacia tree variation called Robinia Pseudoacacia also known as Black Locus in some countries, in the local language it is known as Bagrem.
Contrary to the flower honey, the honey of Acacia is among the slowest crystallizing honey in general due to the lowest amount of natural sugars in this type of honey. Therefore, this makes it ideal honey for the ones that do not like to consume sweet substances or very young children. This type of honey is also ideal to consume at night before sleep and it is a very beloved type of honey under the children.
Also, this type of honey originates from the rural mountainsides of Croatia, with almost no population and pollution, and it obtained in a fully natural and artisanal way with full respect for the tradition, the bees, and the environment. As there is no addition of sugar or any other substance to the honey that is being offered on Unifier.one you can be sure of buying pure and natural products or organic origin that have been prepared with a lot of care and respect as this is the concept that we believe in and we want to support the artisanal traditions and bring something good to the health of the people. By offering it to the world through this shop we try to achieve these objectives.
Import note to make is that the bees survive the winter on honey and pollen only and that they never are given sugar water. Bees surviving on sugar water are weaker, smaller and therefore more vulnerable to diseases what opens a door to use of antibiotics. This is obviously not our way of doing the things and the bees need first to be healthy themselves before they can offer us something that will help us with our health.
- Article number
- 100% natural raw bee honey with no additives of any kind
- Dominant taste
- Acacia (Robinia pseudoacacia)
- EU - Croatia
- 450 gram net
- Posted by: Lasse on 5 July 2019".. In the beginning I have tried all the three types of honey and you really taste that they all are natural. The chestnut had a too strong taste for me and the flower honey seems is great to put into the tea or use in the ki...".. In the beginning I have tried all the three types of honey and you really taste that they all are natural. The chestnut had a too strong taste for me and the flower honey seems is great to put into the tea or use in the kitchen but Acacia was just how I like it and beside the kids love it. Now I have just bought my third pot of Acacia.."Read moreRead less