Laconian Legacy "Rare Vanilla Fir Honey" (480 G,16.9 Fl.Oz.) Greece
- Raw natural, unprocessed vanilla fir honey. This is about 30% lower in sugar than traditional honey. Produced by ancient methods in Greece. “So special that it’s protected by EU as Protected Destination of Origin”. Ships same day from the US.
- Carefully collected by a third generation beekeeper at the 1200m altitude of the Mainalon Mountain in Peloponnese, Greece. The bees collect the sap and resin from the "Black Fir Tree" that is unique to this region.
- A unique caramel/vanilla flavor and pearlized color, makes this honey unlike any other in the world. About 30% less sugar that ordinary honey. This will not form crystals over time.
- It is thus the most unique and superlative honey in the world. You will never taste a higher masterpiece of bee craftsmanship. The rarity of this limited unique honey is the reason for the premium price. There is no other honey in the world that can compare. This may be the ultimate gift for the honey lover in your life.
Extremely rare "Vanilla Fir Honey". Laconian Legacy Greek Fir Honey is one of the rarest kinds of honey in the world. Harvested in the Mainalo Mountain region of Greece. Unlike traditional honey which is created when bees collect nectar from flowers, fir honey is created from the honeydew left behind by aphids that extract and feed on the sap of the fir tree. Much care is needed not only to harvest the honey, but for the bees themselves in order to maintain a balance within this unique ecosystem found nowhere else. This rare, raw honey is the only honey from Greece with a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) distinction from the European Union for its authenticity and uniqueness. Its exclusivity, thick caramel-like texture and pearlescent luster make this a world-class honey bursting with extraordinary flavor and aroma, unlike any other honey.
I just learned that honey has different flavors and complexities just like wine and the like does. This is the best tasting honey I’ve ever tried! The caramel and vanilla notes mentioned holds true as well as the pearlescent sheen when you look at it very pretty. One of the best things about this is how low in sugar and carbs it contains compared to most honeys which is good for my insulin resistance. I just have to try to not eat too much of it which I have done unsuccessfully time and time again lol