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Pine Honey 15.9 oz

Pine Honey 15.9 oz

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  • Sweet & Spicy
  • Aromas of the Aegean Sea
  • Amber Color

Pine honey, also known as pine tree honey or fir honey, is a type of honey that is produced by bees that forage on the nectar of pine trees. It has a unique and robust flavor with hints of pine and resin.

Pine tree honey is thick, amber with neutral taste.  It is a sweet and spicy honey, with some woody notes, a resinous fragrance and dark amber color. It is a common breakfast dish in Greece, where it is drizzled over yoghurt and eaten with bread.

Product Details

Each recyclable glass jar contains 15.9 oz / 450 grams of honey.

As a natural product, pure honey may crystallize over time. To restore it to its liquid form, simply warm the jar in a bowl of warm water.

Do not feed honey to babies under one year of age.

Farm Information

It is collected from pine forests of Halkidiki. The harmonious combination of sea and pine forest gives to this honey the aura and aromas of the Aegean sea.

The production of pine honey has a long history in Halkidiki, and it is an important part of the local culture and traditions. Beekeeping and honey production have been passed down through generations, resulting in a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the region.

Nutrition Facts

Nutrition facts (per 100g)
Energy 1340 kj
Fat 0g, of which saturates 0g
Carbohydrate 80g, of which sugars 70g
Protein 0g
Salt 0,005g


  • Great Taste 2017 Award

Pairs Well With

Here are some foods and dishes that pair well with pine honey:

Greek Yogurt: Pine honey is commonly drizzled over a bowl of thick Greek yogurt. The sweet and slightly resinous flavor of the honey complements the creamy and tangy yogurt perfectly.

Cheese: Pine honey can be a great accompaniment to cheese platters. It pairs well with both mild and sharp cheeses, such as brie, camembert, manchego, or blue cheese. The contrast of flavors is delightful.

Fresh Fruits: Drizzle pine honey over fresh fruits like figs, pears, apples, or berries. The sweetness of the honey enhances the natural flavors of the fruits.

Bread and Pastries: Spread pine honey on bread or use it as a sweetener for pastries and muffins. It can be used in baking to add a unique flavor to desserts like baklava or tarts.

Roasted Meats: Some people enjoy using pine honey as a glaze for roasted or grilled meats, such as chicken, pork, or lamb. It can add a delightful, slightly smoky sweetness to the dish.

Tea and Hot Beverages: Stir a spoonful of pine honey into your tea, herbal infusions, or hot water with lemon. It can be a soothing and aromatic natural sweetener.

Salad Dressings: Combine pine honey with olive oil, vinegar, and your choice of herbs to make a flavorful salad dressing. It can add depth to salads with bitter greens or roasted vegetables.

Ice Cream: Drizzle a little pine honey over vanilla or fruit-flavored ice cream for a unique twist on dessert.

Nut Butter: Mix pine honey with almond or peanut butter for a sweet and savory spread. It's a tasty addition to toast or sandwiches.

Marinades: Pine honey can be used as a base for marinades, especially for poultry, seafood, and vegetables. It adds sweetness and complexity to the flavor profile.

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