• OUR PRODUCTS
    HONEY
    Organic cold-pressed honey, unheated, unpasteurised, non-micro-filtered and therefore rich in enzymes and pollens. Gentle and meticulous processing
    Produced by bees that have flown over flowered fields throughout Italy
    Discover our philosophy
  • OUR PRODUCTS

    HONEY

    Organic cold-pressed honey, unheated, unpasteurised, non-micro-filtered and therefore rich in enzymes and pollens.
    Gentle and meticulous processing. Produced by bees that have flown over flowered fields throughout Italy

    Discover our philosophy

Honey

ACACIA HONEY(250 gr)       >>>

This Italian organic honey with a gentle taste is produced from the nectar of acacia trees flowering in spring in Piedmont and Abruzzo, in April and May.
Best before: 36 mounth

ACACIA HONEY
(250 gr)      >>>

LUPINELLA HONEY(250 gr)     >>>

With an intense and persistent floral aroma, this organic Italian honey is produced by bees in organic fields in Molise in June and July.
Best before: 36 mounth

LUPINELLA HONEY
(250 gr)     >>>

CITRUS HONEY(250 gr)       >>>

Bright-coloured and with a citrus aroma, this Italian honey is produced by bees in organic fields of Calabria and Puglia in the months of April and May.
Best before: 36 mounth

CITRUS HONEY
(250 gr)      >>>

CHESTNUT HONEY(250 gr)       >>>

This Italian organic honey with an amber colour and strong flavour is produced by bees that collect nectar from chestnut trees growing in Calabria, Piedmont and Abruzzo, in June and July.
Best before: 36 mounth

CHESTNUT HONEY
(250 gr)      >>>

SUNLOWER HONEY(250 gr)       >>>

The bright yellow colour, intense flavour and delicate fragrance are the hallmarks of this Italian organic honey, which is produced by bees in organic fields of Marche and Molise in July and August.
Best before: 36 mounth

SUNLOWER HONEY
(250 gr)      >>>

WILDFLOWER HONEY(250 gr)       >>>

With its bright golden colour and sweet and intense aroma, this Italian organic honey is produced by bees in organic fields of Marche and Abruzzo in July.
Best before: 36 mounth

WILDFLOWER HONEY
(250 gr)      >>>

SULLA HONEY(250 gr)       >>>

Referred by some as “the King of honey”, this Italian organic honey with a pale colour and intense and inviting aroma is produced by bees in organic fields of Molise and Abruzzo in May and June.
Best before: 36 mounth

SULLA HONEY
(250 gr)      >>>

LIME TREE HONEY(250 gr)       >>>

With its musky aroma and taste that evokes oriental spices, this Italian organic honey is produced by bees in organic fields of Piedmont and Abruzzo in June and July.
Best before: 36 mounth

LIME TREE HONEY
(250 gr)      >>>

 

SOLLEONE Bio honey is unlike any other you will find on the market.

It is never heat-treated. Honey is the perfect food that bees use to feed their offspring: full of vitamins, enzymes, pollen and amino acids. Heating honey will destroy all its goodness. For this reason, we have the patience to extract honey without using heat.

Not many people know this, but much of the honey in the world is treated using heat, which destroys most of its nutritional properties.
HoneyWhen bees produce honey, they preserve it in wax cells that they plug with other wax. At this stage, the honey is thick and sticky. To thin the honey, the frames containing the honeycombs are heated up to slide the honey like water through fine filters that give it a clear appearance. The result is a honey that, yes, does not crystallise, but that also does not contain any of the nutritional properties of pollen, enzymes or vitamins.
Honey Solleone BIO Honey Solleone BIOSolleone Bio honey, however, is different. It is never heat-treated. When they are full of honey, the honeycomb frames are transported from the countryside to the local family-run farm. The wax caps are removed from the honeycombs and the frames are slowly turned to extract the honey. The honey is then strained in a coarse mesh filter to remove only the larger pieces of wax, and finally bottled.
Honey processed this way is as natural as if it were consumed directly from the hive. What many people don’t know is that the heat treatment changes the composition of sugars in honey and inhibits crystallisation. Our honeys sometimes crystallise or “caramelise”. This is perfectly natural and gives a special texture to our honey.Honey Solleone BIo-7

The honey produced in the Italian countryside is one of the best in the world

It takes patience to let the bees do their job, and it takes wisdom to allow Nature itself to extract the honey from the beehives.

Working with bees to help them find the best nectar yields the best honey. The honey is then treated as little as possible so that the quality of its aroma, its flavour and its nutritional value remain genuine.

Vast stretches of the Abruzzo hills are covered with scarlet flowers of Sulla. The warm spring sun shines golden light onto the valleys and the ancient village at the top of the hill, and attracts the bees that come out to feast on the rich flower nectar.Solleone Bio Honey The hives are on a field not far from there. They are always situated in the best places: some are even within Italian National Parks. The hives themselves are an explosion of colours – red, yellow, blue, and green – one above the other, as if they provided some sort of colour code to the bees when they return from their jaunts among the flowers. During the year, the hives are moved to follow the flowering cycle of different plants. No chemicals are used in the care of bees and our honey is organically certified. The hives are sweetly honey scented. Among the many bees, we can spot one that is larger than the others, the queen bee. We have great respect for the bees and the same care is used in production, where we do not use heat to extract the honey. You can taste the result of this attention to detail in the care of bees and in the collection and extraction of honey, in every jar of Solleone Bio honey. apicoltore-2 Honey Solleone BIO Honey Solleone BIO