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    Tesela Raw Honey - Forest

    Tesela Raw Honey - Forest


    100% pure and natural Spanish honey. This honey is the result of incessant bees going back and forth between fields of various flowers form which the flavor derives. It is great for cooking, especially to accompany meats.

    Tasting Profile

    Colour: amber – dark amber.
    Aroma: floral, with a clear malt component (toasted cereal), intense and moderately persistent.
    Taste: Sweet, with clear salty notes. In the retronasal, the intensity and persistence of the malt increases.
    Touch: non-existent or very slow crystallization.
    Production area: The entire peninsula except the coastal strip; mainly in the mountainous massifs.
    Harvesting: end of summer

    Honey from the north of Extremadura, amber in color with reddish reflections, intense floral aroma and persistent flavor. It is rich in iron and mineral salts.

    • 100% Spanish origin.
    • 100% pure honey, without mixtures of any kind.
    • Quality certified by the Apinevada laboratory.
    • Ideal remedy for cold season.
    • It is a beneficial honey for respiratory conditions, having balsamic effects.
    • Good for people and good for the planet.

    The 100% pure Tesela Honey, is collected in Extremadura (Spain), by experienced beekeepers of several generations, who know how to take good care of the bees, with care, love, respect and precision.

    The Brand

    Tesela was founded in Extremadura with the commitment to offer a product as vital as pure honey to consumers around the world, while generating environmental and social wealth. Because COMMITMENT is the word that best defines the Tesela Natura project. At Tesela Natura they are committed to offering consumers a honey with all the guarantees of purity, quality and origin, with the Food of Extremadura seal, but they also have a great commitment to the environment, they are very sensitized with the care of the environment and they know that bees are essential for the survival of the species due to their pollination work, necessary for the proliferation of most crops.