To offer a honey assortment from local hives is a responsibility of BioGourmet. Of the approx. 1.1 kg of honey per capita and year, however, more than three-quarters are imported from overseas. BioGourmet, on the other hand, focuses on the support of German beekeepers and the associated local agriculture.
The health of the bees is the main concern of our beekeeper, with whom we work hand in hand. Each bee colony is intensively cared for by the bee-father, and the beehives are made of native wood. In his work he focuses on the production of varieties, producing honeys of the highest quality and purest taste. If desired for hot beverages, the honey should be introduced only at drinking temperature to preserve the valuable, healthy ingredients. You will find four varieties of this exclusive quality in the BioGourmet range.
The cornflower has almost disappeared from our landscape and from the fields. Only on biologically cultivated and not over-fertilized arable land, the cornflowers can be seen stretching their blue blossoms towards the sun. In Havelland, in the state of Brandenburg, various cornflower populations exist under natural reserve, which magically attract the bees and provide the source for a pure honey. The cornflower honey is a rare, radiantly deep-yellow delicacy and bewitches with its full floral bouquet and a nice spiciness.
Other honey varieties from Germany:
- Acacia Honey from Brandenburg, decent and sweet
- Lime-blossom Honey from Brandenburg, fine and minty in taste
- Fir Tree Honey, rare, spicy honey specialty from the Black Forest