The oak honey is one of the few categories of honey-dew produced in Greece. Usually, at the beginning of summer, our hives are transferred to oak forest Folois to collect this particular honey. The leaves and fruit of the oak are attacked by insects, where the honey-dew secretions are collected by bees.
Honey produced by honey-dew secretions of insects that suck plant juices from the oak of very dark almost black colour, medium liquidity and robust finish. The Oak honey shows slow crystallization.