made in Greece, destined for the world

honey thenatural sweetnessof theGreekcountryside The quality of Greek honey re- mains as stunning today as it has been throughout time. With good reason: In the incredibly rich and variedGreek flora, there are at least 120 different flow- ering plants and trees that pro- vide fodder for Greek bees, and almost all Greek honey, around 80%, is produced by bees that forage off wild, not cultivated, plants. Inmostotherhoney-pro- ducing countries, bees depend on cultivatedmonocultures. This richnatural environment for bees produces a variety of ex- quisite honeys. Among them: dark, thick, pineandfirhoney, or- ange-blossom and flower-blos- som honey, heather, and the best known of all, thyme honey. Thyme honey, with its lovely aroma, is unique to Greece al- thoughmore than 60%of Greek honey comes frompine.