Also sometimes called mountain honey, unlike others, it can be found throughout the peninsula, perhaps except on the eastern coast.
It is normally harvested in late summer; the Fabaceae, the Cistaceae, the Ericaceae are the families of the flowers that form it. In our province, Albacete, bees find a combination of broom, bramble, marjoram, savory, and thyme. Bees naturally obtain this honey by combining their nectar.
Like some multiple florals very rich in properties, this variety does not highlight the pollen of any flower above the others.
As with most kinds of honey, when the time comes, the honeycomb is removed to remove the wax layer that covers the cells and extract the golden liquid by pressing, spinning, or decanting.
Below, we detail some of the most important properties and benefits to highlight in this specific variety of honey.