Acacia honey is collected in the South West of France. It is considered a delicacy, appreciated for its mild flowery taste and soft running texture.
High Pyrenees' honey is collected from wild flowers of the Pyrenees' highlands. Rhododendrons, raspberry bushes, hypocrepis, rock roses and other blossoms give it a very original flowery flavour.
Lime tree honey from the Pyrenees is collected in the Pyrenean valleys. It combines a strong taste with a fresh flavour and has an intense caracter.
Ling heather honey from the Pyrenees is very flavoured and textured specific. It is a mono floral honey which provides it with its unique, strong full bodied flavour. It is the "Rolls Royce of honey!"
Wild flower honey is collected from many flowers in the South West of France such as sunflowers, brambles, chestnut trees, wild cherry trees, dandelions and hawthorns. Is is light in colour with a soft mellow taste.
Pyrenees' honey is collected in the Pyrenees' foothills. Flavours from chestnut trees, brambles and other wild flower nectars give it its pungent taste.