Bruyere Callune Honey
The Bruyere Callune honey is made of a single flower pollen and produced on the high pyrenean plateaux from the end of July to september. It has a typical mucilaginous texture that varies from amber to light red. Connoisseurs and food aficionados are chasing it for its pungent taste (like chestnuts and buckwheat honey) with slightly bitterness.
A gelatinous structure makes it very technical to process and requires a “picoteuse”.
This machine helps harvesting the honey by sticking multiples needles in the alveolus to push the honey out of it.