Our wildflower organic raw honey is harvested in Campania and has a sweet and persistent taste, it is excellent to spread over a slice of bread or toast or to sweeten herbal teas and fruit salads.
Wildflower honey, as the name suggest, it is a type of honey that comes from different flowers, nonetheless, it has a delicate and sweet flavour that manages to agree, somewhat, with all cheeses. To be on the safe side, better combined with delicate Zola or Fontina but also with fresh cheeses. Please Note that raw wildflower honey crystalizes due to a natural process. Our honey is 100% Italian.
Not all honey is created equal, sometime not all “honey” is even real honey, a number of ingredients are often added to what we buy as “honey”. Raw honey, on the other side, comes straight from the honeycomb, and is honey in its purest form. It is unfiltered, unheated and unpasteurized, processes that can destroy the natural vitamins (high in vitamin C and B vitamins), minerals and enzymes found in honey and to get the maximum benefits from honey, it's important to purchase raw organic honey, because regular honey has been filtered and processed, losing some of its nutritional properties along the way.
The health benefits of raw honey are endless, check our honey guide
to learn about them.
Bottega delle Api is love for nature, passion for honey and bee care.
In 1994 Francesco and Giovanni started breeding bees, moved only by their passion and without any knowledge. They started with four hives, 30 years and thousands bee stings later, they now have more than six hundred.
They consider the bees members of their family, they are looked after using only natural products and are let to enjoy and produce honey in the most uncontaminated areas of our territory. Our Mediterranean maquis is so rich in perfumes and plant essences that their honey is naturally excellent.
Bottega delle Api is in Cava de' Tirreni, a few steps from Salerno, at the gates of the Amalfi Coast. In a splendid valley between the Lattari Mountains and the Cilento Coast, an ideal place for bees to thrive and produce an outstanding honey