About Thyme Honey
The production of the Greek thyme honey accounts for about 10% of the total honey production in Greece. It has a pleasant taste, but sometimes, due to its high concentration of fructose, it leaves a burning sensation in the mouth.
Thyme honey is considered to have tonic and antiseptic properties. It is rich in trace elements (iron, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium) and nutrients, while it has a high content of fructose, vitamins A, vitamins B, β-carotene, and minerals.
This type of honey crystallizes spontaneously in a short time (6-18 months) into medium or fine grains.
A Wide Range of Honey Products
Try the different types of honey: Greek Thyme Honey, Greek Chestnut Honey, Greek Blossom Honey, Greek Orange Blossom Honey.