Ariadne Raw honey with hazelnuts is an all natural unheated and unfiltered 100% pure Raw honey blended with raw hazelnuts
Honey is by far the world’s most ancient sweetener. A product so pure that it literally never goes bad. Ancient Greeks and Egyptians used to use it as a natural preservative. Our raw honey is unheated and unfiltered which means that it contains all its natural pollen and propolis. Most honeys in the market are runny and syrupy, often boiled or even mixed with glucose. Ariadne raw honey is 100% natural containing all its natural health benefits. We use this as a base and add finely grinded raw hazelnuts.
Ariadne Raw honey is not processed.
For raw honey to contain all its nutrients, it must be preserved in its purest form. It must not be heated nor filtered. We take pride in our yearly selection of the best form of raw honey from our bee hives that makes Ariadne Raw honey so delicious.
No environmental pollution
Keeping bee hives is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your environment. With over 400 bee hives at our disposal, we try to make Earth a better place for everyone.
Ariadne raw honey is mainly from orange blossom, hence its vivid yellow golden color. However since we can not control our bees’ natural selection and pollination, traces of sage, lavender and various other Mediterranean herbs have been found. This makes Ariadne raw honey even more unique. It has a creamy and buttery texture, a full and zesty flavor and a delicate aroma.The hazelnuts provide a chocolatey and nutty aftertaste that lingers in your pallet.
Raw honey is one of the most nutritious foods not only in the Mediterranean diet but in the whole world. Various studies have shown the effect, that even a teaspoon per day, has on people with health issues. Hazelnuts are rich in potassium and proteins.
For more information on the benefits of raw honey please click here
For more information on the benefits of raw hazelnuts please click here
We would like to think that this is the best honey that you have ever tasted.