Bee Preservation Project
The honey from our farm comes from the organic agriculture of our project, created through a conscious and sustainable process for its environment. We are aware of the importance of bees in the fundamental process of pollination for the survival of ecosystems, which is why we have developed a program for their preservation and, in this way, help this important pollinator in the world that is in danger of extinction. .
The apiaries are strategically located so that the bees can easily get their food and in times of drought, the bees are fed with their own honey, we do not give them sugar or syrups. In Pueblo del Sol there are 2 to 3 harvests a year and, generally, two different types of honey.
Monofloral honey: It is made by bees from the nectar of flowers mostly (70%) and from different trees (30%).
This honey is clear, sweet and has a more delicate flavor. It may take a little longer to crystallize.
Multifloral honey: It is made by bees from the nectar of the flowers of various plant species that inhabit the area.
This honey is dark and intense in color, thicker, more viscous and with a stronger flavor due to the sugar content of the nectars.