Orange blossom honey La Chinata
Orange blossom honey la Chinata is a natural product manufactured by bees from the white flowers of lemon, citron and orange trees. Orange blossom honey has great nutritional values and is therapeutic. Orange blossom honey la Chinata contains many minerals such as zinc, potassium, boron, manganese, magnesium, calcium, selenium, copper and sodium.
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Orange blossom honey la Chinata is a natural product manufactured by bees from eucalyptus tree flowers in Spain. Bottled by well known gourmets & delicatessen brand la Chinata this orange blossom honey has a ligh amber color. Orange blossom honey la Chinata has soft flavor with acidic touches. On the nose orange blossom honey has azahar (orange blossom) aromas that persist.
Orange blossom honey has great nutritional values and is therapeutic. Orange blossom honey la Chinata contains different minerals usefull for medical conditions treatments such as zinc, potassium, boron, manganese, magnesium, calcium, selenium, copper and sodium. Thyme honey la Chinata also has a sedative effect that helps when dealing with stress and insomnia.
Eucalyptus honey general characteristics:
- Citric flavor
- Gourmet honey
- 250 gr jars
Orange blossom honey storage
One of the greatest things about honey is that it doesn't spoil. Honey does not need preservatives and additives to have a long life. For legal and commercial reasons the honey we buy comes with a certain shelf life. Store the orange blossom honey la Chinata a steady temperature. Keep the honey on a dry place and away from heat sources and from the sun light. Proper storage will guarantee that the quality and taste of the orange blossom honey Bona Mel is at its peak.
Eucalyptus honey crystallization
Any honey is susceptible to physical and chemical changes over time if there is no proper storage. Orange blossom honey la Chinata tends to crystallize over time. Crystallization is easily reversible. Crystallization does not change the taste or quality of the honey but changes its appearance. The honey appears thickened and grainy. To reverse crystallization, just heat the honey jar with hot water up to 40ºC and the grannules will dissolve. Then cool the honey as quickly as possible and honey will be as good as when it was bottled.