Slovenian spruce honey / Honev med

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Slovenian Honey

One of the main features of Slovenian honey is its very low water content and the characteristic pollen spectrum that reflects the flora of the area where honey is produced. As of 2013, different types of Slovenian honey enjoy the protection of the EU designation of origin 'Slovenski med': flower or nectar honey; forest honey; acacia, lime, chestnut and spruce honey.

Honey production in Slovenia is based exclusively on the Apiculture of the Carniolese bee. This particular bee species is the second most widely distributed honey bee in the world, specifically adapted to the wider area of Kočevje, once a historic region of Carniola.

In fact, Slovenia is the only EU Member State to have protected its native bee, after which it introduced controlled honey production in 1999. Slovenski med's excellence is evidenced by the various awards received in both national and international competitions, for example numerous gold medal awards at the world honey competition Apimedica & Apiquality.

The most recent awards are the BiolMiel 2011 International Organic Honey Competition in Italy, where Slovenian acacia and forest honey won gold medals and chestnut honey finished in 4th place.

Spruce honey is not spruce honey

The name spruce honey does not cover the load. Firs have the incentive not to bloom profusely and as such the fir is not a crop that gives its nectar. In fact, the bees forage on the secretion of the aphids that drain the sap flows of the spruce.

Čebelarstvo Miha Tekavčič

Beekeeper Miha Tekavčič is located in the Dolenska region in the south-east of Slovenia and an area characterized by pristine vast forests bordering the Kočevski Gozd (Kočevski Forest). Miha's more than excellent honey falls under the previously mentioned protected designation of origin.
 
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 BEEKEEPING MIHA TEKAVČIČ KOMPOLJE 83a
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