95 percent of the world’s pine honey production happens in Turkey’s Aegean region. The honeys used in Balparmak Strained Pine Honey are produced predominantly in Yerkesik and Marmaris, and are carefully blended with expert assurance and matchless quality.
This is not just the story of Balparmak, but also the story of the Turkish Honey Sector and the two brothers who brought the sector’s leading and distinguished brand, Balparmak, to life. The exemplary story began as a modest enterprise in Istanbul, and within a few years became known all over Turkey. Now the whole world is starting to hear and talk about it.
Attiki Honey comes from a variety of wildflower, herbs, forest, and thyme harvested in the forests of Greece directly from beehive. Its unique taste is the result of a careful selection process involving the best honey varieties from all of Greece (Attica, Crete, the Peloponnese, Macedonia, the islands of the Aegean and Ionian Seas). The secret lies in the fact that the beekeepers gather the honey, a team of tasters selects and classifies the best varieties from Greece, and Quality Control tests every single drop. High in nutritional value, this honey is pure and natural, just like the honey found in honeycomb. It includes various key compounds such as carbohydrates, enzymes, amino acids and minerals, all of which are an essential part of an everyday diet. Over the years, Attiki Honey has won an impressive number of awards for its top quality and unsurpassed taste and aroma.
Acacia honey, like many other specialized organic kinds of honey, is derived purely from the nectar of the black locust tree flowers, which is native to North America. Known as a “false acacia”, this tree is also present in Europe. Bearing a mildly sweet flavor, this variety of honey is highly sought after around the world.  It is almost clear, like liquid glass, and is a pure, organic form of honey that hasn’t been processed, heated or pasteurized in any way. This type of honey is very good for culinary applications, and can also be used for a number of medicinal purposes, due to the rich nutrients and antioxidants that it contains.
Comb honey produced in a hive which is kept in the dark for six months with no intervention with bees and the hive is called Wild Honeycomb honey. Wild honeycomb honey is picked by specially bred Caucasian Bees at Eastern Anatolia highlands with high altitude from around 1200 species of flowers rich in nectar. Caucasian bees take up all honey and nectar from flowers since their trunks are long. Being one hundred percent natural renders this honey extremely special. Its honeycomb can be eaten up. It is a rarely found and priceless type of honey since it takes a long time for bees to produce it following a very laborious job.
Pure Mountain Honey from herbs and coniferous trees (Pine Trees). Product of Greece This is a natural product that does not need any human intervention for it creation. Known since antiquity, rich in precious metals, antioxidants, vitamins, enzymes and other essential components of our daily diet and absorbed easily by the body, offering an energy source for athletes, children and those who live an intense daily lifestyle. Honey is a product consumed and loved by thousands of people around the world as a natural sweetener and continues to be consumed and loved by modern cultures that acknowledge this product as it remains unchanged over time and offers health, beauty and well being to the human body.