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The Romans were a civilization with rich and unique taste. Here we aim to recover and apply all their knowledge about distinct flavours and their ideology on
wellbeing by combining their favourite ingredients water, honey, rose, oil and gold.
Honey with Roses
A variety of honey whose roots go back to the Roman times. It has 23.5 kt. edible gold in its purest form which is added into the honey for its nutritional properties. We bring you Gold Honey that comes from the best lavender flowers, rosemary and heather Aquae Flaviae region.
Honey with Gold
An Ancient Roman Honey that comes from the best flower rosmaniho, rosemary and heather of the Aquae Flaviae’s region. Considered by the Romans as the flower of flowers, Rose is being used in numerous recipes, for its nutritional value and therapeutic powers.
Organic honey is taken from its natural location. This certificated Organic honey have a strict set of organic standards and conditions during production set by the
European standards. This organic honey has been tested to guarantee that it does not contain any residue of pesticides. Thus making it a healthier choice also
have a more superior taste than conventionally produced honey.
Rosemary Honey is produced on the Terra Quente Transmontana, more exactly between Valpaços and Mirandela, because the altitude is less than 400 meters, which is good for the spontaneous grow of this kind of wild flower. In the Terra Quente region, the flowering is short and intense, producing high-quality honey. Rosemary Honey has a light colour with a mild taste.
Forest Honey is produced on the Barroso region, more exactly in the municipalities of Montalegre and Boticas. This flowering is above the 800 meters of altitude, where the heather and the oak predominate. Forest Honey is dark coloured with a strong and intense taste, the heather nectar stresses deeply the scent of honey.
Chestnut Honey is produced from beehives installed on Carrazedo Montenegro. Region of the country where you can glimpse many acres of groves. The honey from the chestnut tree is very thick, has a dark amber colour and strong flavour. It is very nutritious and appreciated by their contents of soft iron.