Honey of Wild Lavender
The honey of Herdade Aldeia de Cima , is pure and produced the least possible human intervention . It is produced from a treasure chest of pollens. Of particular interest is the wild lavender that grows in the unique ecosystem of the cork oak orchards of Serra de Mendro, unspoilt by either industrial or urban pollution. The warm temperatures of early summer are ideal for extracting honey in its liquid state, a process that usually takes place between June and July, at the peak of production. The low temperatures of winter can cause the honey to crystallize without any loss of nutritional value. This is the mark of quality honey. Over time, liquid honey tends to crystallise . It must be kept in a dry and cool environment and at room temperature.
The box contains 6 jars of Honey of Wild Lavender of 700grs each.