The clean honey.

The bees of the alpine pastures produce both honey from several flowers and also honey from a single flower.


The multiflower honey.


This honey recalls one of the perfumes of the forests and meadows of the mountains, as this honey is made from different flowers growing in such places.

The uniflower hones of chestnut.


This honey is produced in the lower part of the valley where the presence of chestnut trees is considerable. It is dark in colour, has a balsamic smell with a bitterish taste and is rich and nourishing.

The uniflower honey of rhododendron.


This honey comes from the pastures above 1200 metres in the whole region and is particularly appreciated. It is very light in colour and has a delicate taste.