Taking photos of Ruben and Dani at the hives in the Sierra del Rincon UNESCO Park


This month, I'm sharing updates and insights from a recent adventure to Cuenca Alta del Manzanares Regional Park, along with some rather special new arrivals from Greece.

Plus important to note that we will soon run out of one of most popular honeys in recent years - Thomas' Red Fir.  

And, the last of Thomas' Mountain Oak until the new seasons' arrives.

Here's all the details of the latest raw honey adventures and discoveries, with the links you need to learn more:

1. Raw Honey Deliveries: Just Arrived
We've just received new batches of Greek honey, each with its own unique flavour and characteristics.

From the rich and robust to the delicately sweet, these varieties showcase the incredible diversity of raw honey- and the environments that create them.

Dive into the details of these fresh arrivals and discover what makes each one special.

[Discover the new arrivals here (including the last batches of Thomas' very special and unique Red Fir and the last of his Mountain Oak until later Summer]

2. Join me on a long-awaited adventure to the remote apiaries in Spain's Cuenca Alta del Manzanares Regional Park
Recently, I journeyed to the pristine landscapes of Spain to uncover the secrets behind Antonio's award-winning Rosemary honey.

This journey took me deep into remote apiaries, revealing the intricate process of honey production in this unique region.

Discover the fascinating details and the rich history of Antonio's craft including how Athletico Madrid supporter Antonio gets to keep some of his hives on the land of the Real Madrid Chair. [Read more about this adventure here].

3. Rosemary Honey Vinaigrette Recipe
Speaking of Antonio's Rosemary honey, I've got a recipe that's perfect for it.

Elevate your culinary creations with my special Rosemary Honey Vinaigrette.

This blend adds a delightful touch of sweetness to your salads, combining the unique flavour of Antonio's Rosemary honey with fresh ingredients. [Try the recipe here].

4. Details of Where I'm Heading Next: Upcoming Raw Honey Trips
Here at The Raw Honey Shop, we're gearing up for a series of summer journeys to uncover more extraordinary honey varieties- and to meet with the beekeepers and the bee who produce these varieties.

This season, between us, Claire (Operations Manager) and I will be exploring the Austrian Alps, the Carpathian Mountains in Hungary, and Serres in northern Greece in search of special varieties.

These regions are famed for their unique honey traditions. Click the link to see where we're headed next and the honey cultures we'll be exploring. [Follow my upcoming adventures here].

How Does Nature Create Distinctive and Unique Flavours in Every Batch of Raw Honey?
Ever wondered why each batch of honey has its own unique flavour? It's all about the natural processes and the environment where the bees thrive.

From the flora they visit to the climate conditions, every factor plays a role. Learn about all the fascinating factors that help create each unique batch of raw honey.[Read the full article here].

Your feedback and questions are always welcome, so don't hesitate to reach out to me via info@therawhoneyshop.com I would love to learn more about what interests you.

Have a great summer - Tim (Owner, Raw Honey Shop)

PS: If you don't want to receive this e-newsletter then please email info@therawhoneyshop.com or call us on 01273 682109. Thank you!

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