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How do bees make honey?

Foraging bees collect nectar and honeydew from honey plants by adding their enzyme-laden saliva, which converts sucrose. Back in the hive, they distribute their harvest to other workers by trophallaxis,...

Coriander Honey

Coriander is a herbaceous plant known for its digestive and carminative properties. The vegetal taste of our Coriander Honey, harvested in France in the Indre region, will subtly remind you...

Bruyère Callune: it's harvest time

Callune honey, harvested by Miel Factory in the Ariège Pyrenees Regional Natural Park, is characterized by its gelatinous texture, its slightly bitter flavor with a fairly pronounced caramel note.

Dandelion honey

The dandelion, also called lion's tooth, is widespread in meadows, fields and on the embankments of roads. It is very rich in nectar and pollen from early spring, it is...

Savannah Honey from New Caledonia

Our Savannah Honey was harvested on the east coast of Grande Terre, on the edge of the plain and on the edge of the foothills of the central mountain range....

Arbutus honey

It is when most of the fruit trees come to rest that the strawberry tree is adorned with its most beautiful attractions. Arbutus honey remains unknown in France, but it...

Pollen: a concentrate of energy

Pollen is a natural substance with recognized benefits just like honey. It is renowned for its digestive, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties, its richness in proteins, vitamins, minerals and micro-nutrients.

Chestnut honey: it's harvest time!

The honey harvest takes place during the month of July. Our chestnut honey is harvested in France, in the Cévennes, in Sainte-Croix-Vallée-Française.

The benefits of linden honey

The linden is a honey plant, its flowers are foraged by bees for their nectar and their pollen. Linden honey has a recognized use to treat insomnia disorders: the flavonoids,...

The bee dance

Bees communicate with each other through dance. A round dance means that the food source is close to the hive but without specifying a direction. If the distance is further,...


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