Monoflors

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In nature, stocking up on food is the goal of bees. If bees were left free to choose, they would produce “polyfloral” honey. Monofloral honeys are collected thanks to the expertise of the beekeepers, who take beehives near to a copious blooming. This way, bees do not need to look for other food sources and collect nectar from the flowers that are easier to reach, getting monofloral honeys. Thanks to excellent beekeeping techniques, that our beekeepers have known and handed down from one generation to another, we can taste and appreciate extremely different honeys in color, aroma and taste.

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