Greek honey is a top-tier product.
Honey is made by bees in one of the world's most efficient "facilities", the beehive.
There are no added preservatives in honey, no added flavorings, and no added coloring, it is an 100 percent natural product.
High quality honey can be distinguished by fragrance, taste, and consistency.
Greek honey stands out due to its organoleptic characteristics (aroma, taste, and thickness), because of the many hours of sunshine enjoyed, the country's rich soil and, mainly, its unique, lush flora, comprising an assortment of flowers, herbs and trees.
The major advantage of Greek honey is that about 90 percent of it comes from natural ecosystems in non-cultivated land.
Additionally, Greek honey is by default GMO free, given that GM crops are prohibited in the country.
Eight Greek honey varieties are identified: thyme, pine,fir, cotton, sunflower,heather, chestnut and orange blossom.
Honey can be found in a variety of forms:
Comb honey is honey in its original form; that is, honey inside of the honeycomb.
The beewax comb is edible.
Cut comb honey is liquid honey that has added chunks of the honey comb in the jar. This is also known as a liquid-cut comb combination.
Liquid honey is free of visible crystals and it is extracted from the honey comb by centrifugal force, gravity or straining.