Once the hive boxes are full of honey, which we can see by looking at each frame in the box. If there is a wax seal on the frame that means it is full and ready to me harvested. The beekeeper then carefully removes the bees and transports the hive boxes to the extraction facility. At the extraction facility the frames are then removed from the hive boxes and placed into an uncapping machine which is designed to gently cut and remove the wax seals the bees create to protect and keep in the honey once the cells are filled. The frames are then taken and placed in another machine that is similar to a centrifuge in order to extract the honey by spinning it at a high speed, forcing the honey out of the cells without damaging the honeycomb itself. The frame with the intact honeycomb is then put back into the hive box to be used again so that the bees do not have to make new cells to store the honey in. The honey is then pumped into a storage tank where it is minimally strained by running it through a set of mesh screens to remove any foreign matter, such as bee parts and dirt. The screens used in this process allows the pollen, mineral, vitamins, and enzymes to remain. These healthy features within the honey remaining intact is the reason our honey is considered to be unfiltered because overly filtering the honey will removed these properties from the honey.
Our Honey is the best, natural, raw, unfiltered honey on the market!
HIGH MOUNTAIN HONEY
Mountain honey is collected by bees at high altitudes above sea level, where the flora is different from the flora found in prairies, forests or riverbanks at elevations close to sea level. Organic mountain honey does not come from flowers. Mountain honey are usually less sweet than honeys from flower nectar. Organic mountain honey contains a higher concentration of polyphenol, a compound that gives it greater antioxidant capacity. Mountain honey differs from forest honey because forest honey contains flower nectar. The color of organic mountain honey is dark amber, almost black when it is liquid with at least 90mm on the Pfund scale.
Mountain honey comes directly from the heart of the Carpathian Mountains, where producing raw honey is a millennial traditional, way of life. People put their hearts and souls into honey making, beekeepers talk to their bees and Carpathian flora establishes a great natural context for honey producers. When it comes to crystallization, honey crystals can be finer depending on the type of honey glucose content. The constant factor of mountain honey is its light or dark amber shade. Underwood spring and summer flowers are often the starting-point of the classic all natural mountain honey.
Honey known as high mountain honey is honey produced by bees from the high mountain flowers, over m, from lands with all wild flowers. This is a very aromatic, intense and persistent. High mountain honey is a honey has a thick texture and has a dark amber color. Of course, when it crystallizes your texture becomes much harder, and its colo COOKING USE: Serves to give a sweet point of contrast, bringing aromatic notes complementary and texture to bread, with cured cheeses, gently fried vegetables ans mushroom and salad dressing or cold salads made with pasta or legume.