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One of the most well-known types of honey, acacia honey, has a harmonious, pleasantly mild taste, with the scent of acacia flowers, and is a sweet, soft and slightly acidic honey. Its color is water clear, sometimes pale yellow, and in some vintages it can reach a greenish shade. Rich in fructose, it remains liquid for up to one or two years. Due to its non-dominant taste, it is a popular sweetener for drinks and cakes. Its consumption is recommended on its own, with bread and butter, in tea, for baking and cooking, and as an ingredient in muesli. It is also used to make honey pálinka and mead. Like flower tea, acacia honey is also recommended for the treatment of indigestion due to overproduction of stomach acid, it strengthens the immune system, strengthens bones, and has a detoxifying effect.

If the bees collect in colorful meadows with many flowers, ornamental gardens, botanical gardens or when the beekeeper combs less often, the nectar of different origins matures into mixed honey. The composition of mixed flower honey varies from season to season and region to region. It contains many types of sugars, organic acids, essential oils, and minerals, which enhance its beneficial physiological effects. Flower honey is one of the most valuable honeys, as it has a wide range of effects thanks to the nectar from various plants that are used in natural medicine. The color of mixed flower honey ranges from pale brown to dark brown. It tends to crystallize. It is excellent for natural consumption and for flavoring cakes. It is an antiseptic honey with a complex effect.

The colour of lime honey ranges from amber to yellowish brown. It has a strong aroma and is extremely tasty, adding to other honeys it enriches their taste. It is recommended against restlessness, nervousness and insomnia. It is effective against bronchitis and all upper respiratory ailments.

One of the honeys with the highest dextrose content is rapeseed honey. It crystallizes quickly and becomes fat-like and creamy within days, which is why it is called cream honey. It is easy to spread. The colour of rapeseed honey ranges from cream to pale yellow. Due to its mild taste, it is preferred in tea and coffee, because rapeseed honey leaves the taste and aroma of the drinks intact. Due to its high iron content, it is recommended for strengthening the body, disinfecting and anti-inflammatory, anemia and excess stomach acid.

Sunflower honey is a type of honey with a specific taste, a pleasant aroma, and a fragrant smell. It crystallizes moderately quickly. Cream honey is often made from it. Its colour ranges from golden yellow to orange. Sunflower honey is also excellent for baking, when spread on buttered bread or put in tea. It is recommended for prostate diseases, but it also has a cholesterol-lowering and body-strengthening effect.

A light-coloured or slightly yellowish, extremely fragrant, spicy-flavoured, characteristically aromatic type of honey is silkworm honey, also known as wild tobacco honey. It crystallizes slowly. A real Hungarian specialty, a unique seasoning for raw food.

The meadowfoam honey, also known as facelia honey, has a pleasant, slightly lemony scent and a silky flavour. Its colour ranges from light, clear water to brown, with a slightly opalescent quality. Due to its high fruit sugar content, it crystallizes slowly. It is excellent for skin care and can be used for burn injuries.

The chestnut honey stands out with its high mineral content. Its colour ranges from amber to dark brown, with a distinctive yellowish-brown hue. It has the scent of chestnut blossoms and a characteristic slightly bitter aftertaste. It has vasodilatory effects, strengthens the heart, and aids in blood production.

Lavender honey is light, sometimes with a greenish-blue tint. It can be slightly bitter. It is used for treating wounds, insect bites, headaches, and kidney issues. It has a strong disinfecting effect.

Dew honey, also known as honeydew honey, is not produced from the nectar of flowers but by bees collecting honeydew from the leaves of plants. Bees typically gather this honeydew from pine, linden, oak, and willow forests. Its spicy and unique aroma sets it apart from other honey varieties. It is dark, sometimes almost black, and its high mineral content makes it a valuable dietary supplement, especially for those with anemia due to its high iron content.

Garlic chive honey is a true rarity. It has a sweet, spicy, very pleasant aroma, and a harmonious, piquant taste with a greenish shade. It has cholesterol-lowering effects.