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Extra - Virgin Olive Oil

Any olive oil that is certified as “extra-virgin” has not been exposed to a chemical or heat treatment, meaning the oil has been cold-pressed from the fruit. This leaves a higher-quality oil that is more flavorful and darker in color. There is a wide range in taste from one extra-virgin olive oil to another, from herbal and fruity to bitter and peppery, depending on the olives harvested. Because this oil highlights the flavor of the olives, the farmers and oil makers take extra care in picking the best olives for the extra-virgin oil. Also, since this oil has not been “refined,” it has a lower smoke point (it burns at a lower temperature), requiring extra caution when cooking so you don’t burn the oil and give your food an unpleasant taste.

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Benefits of Olive Oil

Antioxidants

Antioxidants

High in Antioxidants and Vitamin E

Oxidative Damage

Oxidative Damage

When an oil oxidizes, it reacts with oxygen and forms various harmful com pounds. Olive oil holds up well during heating due to its high antioxidant and low polyunsaturated fat content

Smoke Point

Smoke Point

Extra virgin olive oil's smoke point is between 374–405°F (190–207°C). it makes it a safe choice for most cooking methods, including most Indian pan frying.

Nutrient Loss

Nutrient Loss

The loss of healthy nutrients in Olive Oil due to overheating is also very minimal.

Our Honey

Forest Honey

As the name suggests it's from Different wild flowers from the mountains of Greece which have some rare Fauna and Flora that are indeginous only to Greece thus making it very special.

Forest Honey
Heather Honey

Heather Honey

Heather honey is made from nectar collected from the tiny purple bellshaped flower of the common heather plant (Calluna vulgaris). Common heather flowers in late August and early September, and bees can feed on them and collect Honey only for that short period or season and hence very rare and is available in limited quantities. Heather honey has a buttery caramel taste. It is in granulated state and amber in colour. It goes well with pancakes and chapatis.

Flowers & Thyme Honey

Thyme Honey is special as it contains one of the highest antioxidant content in the world, three to four times higher than other honeys. Antioxidants are important for neutralising the harmful free radicals in our bodies, and in doing so they help to defend against ageing and disease. Thyme is synonym to Greece.

Thyme Honey
Orange Blossoms Honey

Orange Blossoms Honey

This is from the nectar collected from the flowers of Orange tree. It has the sweet natural orange flavour to it and has a very refreshing taste to it and enhances when added to you morning breakfast.

Our other flavours

  • Honey from India: Eucalyptus, Lychee, Neem, Forest Honey from across the forests of India, Himalayan Honey from Kashmir
  • Honey from Greece: Thyme, Orange, Heather, Forest Honey from the mountains of Greece
  • Buckwheat Honey and white clover honey from Bhutan
  • Acacia and sunflower from Serbia

For a honey to be labelled as originating from a particular plant or tree, the specific chemicals and microscopic features of the plant must be predominant in the honey. Our Honey has more than 50% of the mentioned pollins and other chemicals of the said flavour that is mentioned on the bottle. It is a natural flavour obtained by the bees from that particular plant and it's flowers and not infused in any way.

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