Rhododendrons honey

Rhododendrons honey crystallizes spontaneous after a few moths from its harvesting and forms a compact mass of smooth crystals or a paste of big, round crystals.

It has an extremely cleat white color, especially when crystallized. It has a high content of sucrose and fructose. It has a very delicate perfume. It tastes resembles the one of berry jam. It is used to prepare various dishes.

The species called Rododendron ponticum, which grows in Asia Minor, produces a toxic type of honey. Its toxicity is due to a toxin extant in the nectar. All the other rhododendron honey types are safe and delicious to eat.


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