Every jar of Trofi contains raw, unprocessed honey, straight from the hive.
Rich in nutritious pollen, which is invaluable for your body, all varieties are produced in or around pine forests in Northern Greece, not far from the Aegean sea. Aromas from herbs, local flowering climbing plants and wildflowers, aided by the right levels of humidity and generous sunlight, produce a naturally fragrant honey, of exceptional flavor and unique colour.
Only the highest quality honey available in the area ends up on your table. Local producers go through a rigid and meticulous selection process, and only those with proven consistency in honey quality and a harvesting process of the highest standards are invited to contribute. Varieties are numbered, so you can be sure you will enjoy the same, magnificent flavour and aroma consistently, every time you open the lid.
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A unique honey, originating from a particular area where a large variety of local wildflower species coexist with pine trees. Its exceptional flavour is a combination of the wildflower nectar’s intense aroma and the pine honey’s more spicy tones.
This is considered to be one of the highest-quality dark Greek honey varieties, produced by bees that collect both pine tree honeydew and Erica flower nectar, resulting in a product of particularly high nutritional value and a subtle, earthy scent.
This has been a challenging year for beekeepers in Greece. Excessive rainfall, which lasted unusually long into the summer months, washed off the nectar from the flowers, or even caused flowers to fall off altogether.