Pine honey is produced by bees that collect honeydew (sugary secretions) from a scale insect species called Marchallina hellenica, which lives on the bark of certain pine trees. It is collected in the pine forests of Northern Evia.
Most honeydew honeys contain more antioxidants than flower varieties. This is because they contain high levels of flavonoids and phenolic compounds.
Available in jars of 300g and 450g.