Bonvallis Acorn Honey is harvested in the Ibores region of Extremadura which is ensconced in one of Spain’s unique landscapes protected by mountains. It is blessed by a special microclimate, which has allowed the development of a Mediterranean forest in its purest state since ancient times. In the XIV century the monks of the Guadalupe Monastery first started beekeeping in the area. Nowadays, very few families keep this tradition alive, turning the sap of the Mediterranean Holm oak with the help of its bees into a delicious, nutritious, aromatic and thick Mediterranean honey.
Multiflora Honey is a totally natural product with no additives or preservatives. This honey comes from several floral sources, predominating rosemary, lavender, sage and thyme. It has a dark amber color, sometimes with red or grey tones depending on the source of the bee’s nectar. A delicacy which only a privileged few are able to enjoy due to factors such as the harsh climate conditions and the fact that the beehives are located primarily in areas surrounded by wild vegetation.