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It is collected from the nectar and the honey dews of the Chestnut (Castanea sativa) also known as “Queen of the mountain”, in the virgin forests of the Southeastern Peloponnese at an altitude of over 800m from early June until July.

The honey dews are produced by the aphid “Myzocallis castanicola” that is found under the leaves and on the “cups” which surround the nuts of the tree. The nectar and the honey dews are usually accompanied by nectar dews of various wild flowers and herbs. So the collected honey is a real feast of flavors. It is a unique type of honey less sweet than all the others with a slightly bitter taste. Its special aroma and its racy flavor make it distinguish.

After harvesting, the honey is carefully filtered and packed directly into glass jars in our modern facilities. The whole process does not exceed one month from the time of harvest. Then it is stored in a dark, dry place at low temperature ready to be released for consumption. The miraculous Greek nature combined with the care and the guarantee of the family Fasilis offer an excellent product.

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General Information Nutritional Information (per 100g)
TYPE Organic chestnut honey   ENERGY 332 Kcal
CATEGORY Flower honey with honeydew characteristics   PROTEIN 0,23 g
COLOR Dark brown – almost black   CARBOHYDRATES 82,5 g
TASTE Intense, strong, bitter and lasting   FATS 0,00 g
AROMA Strong, intense   Storage Conditions
CRYSTALLIZATION >18 months   Keep in a cool, dry, dark and odorless place (< 15°C for long storage period). The chestnut honey crystallizes pretty hard. The crystallization of the honey is a natural process that depends only on its plant origin. It returns to its original state with moderate heat. (bain-marie).
HARVEST AREA Southeastern Peloponnese
HARVEST PERIOD June – July