Greek Fir Honey - Sparta, Mt. Taygetos 16oz
Towering above the ancient city of Sparta, Mt. Taygetus is the highest peak on the Peloponnesus and the source of our superlative Greek Fir honey. Famous for wild herbs, the mountain is also densely forested with the native Greek Fir tree. It is one of few places in the world where bees produce honey from Fir trees. A true delicacy, it has a beautiful amber color, resinous with complex flavors of candied pistachio, sassafras and roasted chestnuts.
Klio Greek honey is designated single-origin. We source from specific locations with unique terroirs which result in highly sought-after, exceptional types of honey prized among the Greeks. Collected and packaged for us on-site by local beekeepers, our limited-supply honey is pure and unprocessed: raw and unpasteurized, never heated, minimally handled.
I had tried all the honeys and they are absolutely delicious. I use them with my coffee and tea. I enjoyed them so much that I had wrapped them and put them under the tree as Christmas presents.
Wonderful and yummy
I use mainly in my tea. Delicious. It’s one of my favorites from Klio. Keep it coming!
My favorite, so far
We love all your honey. We take a teaspoon a day and we also use it in cooking and baking. It great in hot and cold tea.