Nectar obtained from heather flowers, with a specific smell, is used by bees to produce a very valuable variety of honey.
Sunflower honey is extracted from the nectar of the flowers of a sunflower. It is rarely found in Poland but it is very popular in Eastern Europe and the Balkans. The flavour is mild but slightly sour and the colour is sunny yellow. The honey crystallizes rather quickly but it remains soft and it spreads easily.
Eucalyptus honey is extracted from the nectar of the Brazilian eucalyptus flowers. It has a very aromatic and distinctive taste with a surprising delicate hint of dried mushrooms.
Thyme honey is extracted from the nectar of common thyme flowers. It has a pungent, intense aroma. The flavour is not very sweet, it is rather sour. It is widely considered as one of the most aromatic and tastiest varieties of honey.
Lavender Honey is extracted from the nectar of narrow-leaved lavender. It's delicate, slightly sour but it has an intense flavour that lingers on the palate for a long time. The honey is characterized by its gentle floral fragrance and aroma, not very intensive but it has a specific hint of lavender.