Honey of hundred flowers. This is both the most common type of honey and also the rarest. Because it is composed of nectars from flowers blossoming at a particular period of time in a particular place, it is essentially impossible to reproduce it exactly from year to year. But often it has a predominant nectar or a particular mix of flora that gives it a recognizable flavor that is prized from year to year.
Multiflora Honey nature's delicious and nutritious gift to mankind. It contains not only life supporting vitamins and minerals, but naturally occurring enzymes. These aid functions such as digestion, cell regeneration, tissue repair, bone maintenance, muscle activity and even thinking itself!