Main Floral Source: Naturally occurring wildflowers from South Brazil
This is a typical honey from south Brazil with a characteristic and unique flavor profile.
Color: Reddish, light amber with a yellow-hue
Aroma: Herbal, floral
Taste: Floral, herbaceous
Primary Taste: Sweet
Texture: Silky, with a thin consistency
Finish: Strong finish with a propolis-like undercurrent.
Harvest season: Beginning of the wet season: October, November & December
What is the origin of this honey?
The Atlantic Forest is a very diverse and complex biome. In the highest altitudes, one can find the typical Araucaria Pine Trees. On the lowest altitudes, one can find palm trees and even mangroves. Our Wildflower honey comes from areas around the Iguaçu River, including the world-famous Iguaçu Waterfalls, the world's most extensive waterfalls system. This area is characterized by a humid subtropical climate, with two distinctive seasons; one very humid and hot in the summer and another humid and warm in the winter. The region is home to many rare and endangered species of flora and fauna.