Alabasinis Family

Honey with Ceylon Cinnamon & Chios Mastic 400g


Honey with Ceylon Cinnamon & Chios Mastic

Α sweet and aromatic combination of flavours that renders this honey delicious, a unique product containing the genuine Mastica of Chios and Cinnamon of Ceylon. 

Elevate your tea ritual and savour the unique taste experience that Alabasinis Family Honey can deliver. With its distinctive flavour and unparalleled purity, this exceptional honey is not just a sweet addition to your cup


Embark on a journey to savor the pure essence of nature with the Alabasinis' Family bee products, lovingly tended by their family since 1988 in the historic city of Patra.

Their commitment to honouring tradition and nurturing the environment shines through in every jar of honey.

Nestled amidst the verdant landscapes of Greece, their bees roam freely, guided by the nomadic beekeeping practices that have been passed down through generations. This harmonious dance with nature ensures that our products boast an unparalleled richness and depth of flavor, drawing from the diverse flora that thrives in our region.

At Alabasinis, purity is paramount. Thier honey is meticulously harvested and left untouched, allowing its natural goodness to shine through. Each jar is a testament to their unwavering dedication to their bees, thier community, and the ecosystems that sustain us.


Weight: 400g

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Please note: Crystallisation is a natural characteristic of unprocessed, untreated honey, reflecting its pure and untouched state straight from the hive. While some may perceive crystallization as a change in texture or appearance, rest assured, it's simply nature at work, preserving the honey's inherent qualities.

Despite its crystallised form, the nutritional and biological value of honey remains intact. This means that whether your honey is smooth or crystallized, you're still enjoying the same wholesome benefits and delicious taste that only pure Greek, unprocessed honey can provide.

Embrace it as a mark of authenticity—a reassuring sign that your honey is free from artificial processing and brimming with natural goodness

How to de-crystallise honey

The process to de-crystallising honey is simple. Crystallised honey liquefies in 'ben-marie', at 45-50 Degrees Celsius, without losing any of its nutritional value. Alternatively, you can place the jar with the lid open in the oven at 40 degrees Celsius until it liquefies.

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