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Buckwheat honey

Buckwheat honey

  • nutty-caramel-sweet
Regular price 17,00 €
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Slovenian buckwheat honey is the honey that contains the most antioxidants.
It is obtained from the pastures of the Lendavske polje flowering buckwheat, which are carefully monitored for the best flavors and beneficial active ingredients.

I dealen for various purposes - from use in culinary recipes to beneficial effects on health.

In 2022, our buckwheat honey was selected as a finalist in the world competition of the best honeys in the USA.


Take one teaspoon each morning for energy support. Enjoy by the spoonful or drizzle over lattes, smoothies, toast and more.


Buckwheat honey.
Always without artificial colors, preservatives and refined sugars.

Caution: Not for people with asthma or allergies to pollen or bee products. Consult your doctor before use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or for use in children.


Process time
Our current delivery time for each order is 1-2 business days.

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  • Delicious

  • Lots of iron

  • Baking and sweets

  • With goat cheese

Buckwheat honey was called Guinness honey because of its color; less sweet than wildflower honey, it has an earthy, malty aroma and flavor that is sometimes compared to toasted caramel. Dober Tek magazine writer Aleks describes buckwheat honey as intense and tells readers they'll love it because it's "really great" and "funky" when paired with goat cheese. It's delicious in your favorite brownie or muffin recipe and drizzled over pancakes, waffles or ice cream, and it's amazing added to yogurt or whiskey cocktails.

Traditionally highly prized in Slavic, other Eastern European and even Jewish communities, this is a completely different honey experience than most are used to, and we want the whole world to have the opportunity to enjoy what our premium mellifera buckwheat honey has to offer. So what are you waiting for?


    Buckwheat honey has antioxidant and soothing properties. It has even been shown to have therapeutic benefits that rival the widely acclaimed manuka honey.


Why choose buckwheat honey?

It is rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Consumption of buckwheat honey can improve general well-being, strengthen immunity and help with anemia. It is known as the best honey for cakes and potica.

The quality of Slovenian honey

The next big advantage of the Slovenian beekeeper's honey is that it has not traveled long distances . The product of these very long distances, often incorrect storage and mixing of honey from different parts of the world pose a significant risk that the quality of the final product will decrease.


All natural honey solidifies after a certain storage time. This is called crystallization of honey and allows the honey to be preserved for a longer period in a natural way.

How do bees produce buckwheat honey?

The moment the bee collects the buckwheat nectar, it is mixed with an enzyme in the bee's mouth. The enzyme itself is known as invertase or "bee enzyme" which is secreted from bee glands. When the honey bees return to the hive, they mix the collected buckwheat nectar with "bee enzyme".

This will reduce the water content and convert the nectar into honey. Buckwheat will then deposit honey in the wax cells, but at this point the water content may be too high. To reduce the water content, the bees will flap their wings over the wax cell and this will evaporate some of the water.

When they finish the process, the water content of the honey will be about below 20%. Then the cell is closed and the bees will repeat the process again.

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