(Citrus Sp.) Raw lemon honey owes its name to the white flowers of the orange and lemon trees, called orange blossom by the Muslims who populated the peninsula between the 8th and 15th centuries. It is considered a delicacy with a unique flavor, and all those who have tried it emphasizes that this variety is one of the most aromatic on the market. The Spanish Levante is a land of citrus fruits, and with spring the orange trees bloom in a spectacle where the white of the orange blossoms alternates with the orange of the ripe fruit and the green leaves, all in an unmistakable collage. Bees use the nectar from their flowers to make one of the most delicious honey on the market. This variety is rich in sugars, which gives it a great density due to its deep crystallization.