Melina- black forest honey is considered a delicacy in Europe. Contains minerals such as iron, sodium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc and calcium. Unlike most other types, the black forest honey, characteristic for its dark color and strong, slightly sweet flavor, is made of “honey dew”. Bees do not pick nectar from the flowers themselves, but from the sweet “dew” aphids.
As a result, our body immunity is improved against many conditions, even potentially fatal ones like cancer or heart disease.
Is les vulnerable to crystallization than regular honey. This is because it has lower glucose levels and a higher mineral content. Forest honey also tends to be darker in color and it isn’t as sweet as flower honey. Flower honeys have such mild flavors that they are easy to substitute for other sweeteners in coffee, tea or virtually any recipe or dish. Forest honeys tend to have stronger, bolder, more distinctive flavors.
You may still love them spread on toast, but you may find that they conflict with the other flavors in some of your recipes.