The Canary islands are home to a deep tradition of sweet preserves. Our Canarian bee honey is produced with native endemic flowers grown in unpolluted areas. Each drop is a step toward their conservation. An amazing product is the unique "palm honey", obtained from the sap of the endemic palm Phoenix canariensis. Try also our handcrafted jams and jellies of tropical fruit, from locally grown trees, with and without sugar. Our best seller jams are mango, guava and opuntia-cactus. We shall select for you only the best brands, the favourites of the Canarian citizens.
Agave bee honey in Tenerife is produced in different sloping dry and sloping areas of the island where Agave americana blooms.This honey has an intense, pungent aroma aroma. Its amber colour varies a lot from yellow to brown, and also the degree of crystallization, depending on the other plants that a e blooming simultaneously
A pineapple jam made in Tenerife. It is made of pineapples grown in the Canary Islands, sugar, carob flour and citric acid. No preservatives and artificial colours. jams are produced on a small scale here on the island of Tenerife.
Certified glass jar, net weight: 385 g. Very dark honey, almost black. It is different, very tasty, with a hint of caramel and "ripe fruits", pleasantly salty. Bees are important to pollinate avocado groves, but the trees make little nectar, so bees produce just a little amount of this tasty, expensive honey. Different rare endemic flowers contribute to...
Honey with great personality, usually fluid. Color is brown, dark to very dark, with greenish hues, ≥ 90 mm in the Pfund scale. and has a very intense aroma and flavor, with hints of wood and resin, and marked bitter notes. Its strong flavours makes it perfect for meat Ooften produced in Summer. Certified glass jar, net weight = 485 g
Wow! This highly prized Canarian honeydew-honey includes a lot of nectar and secretions collected from banana inflorescences, and also from the insects honeydew existing there and in the neighbouring avocado orchards. It is very smooth and not as sweet as most honeys. VERY HEALTHY! It is produced in Northern Tenerife, during the warmer months. Certified...
Apiculture in the Canary Islands is a traditional activity from where we obtain unique and unbeatable honeys. Some of them are produced with endemic flowers from Tenerife, in close proximity to unpolluted protected areas. There are more than 10 kinds of honeys harvested in Tenerife. On Canarius.com we have got some of these Canarian honeys.
Palm Honey or Palm Syrup is an edible sweet syrup produced produced in the Canary Islands from the sap of the native palm tree, by tapping the tree in a sustainable way. It is thinner and darker than bee-honey. Both are natural sweeteners, but there is a big difference in taste and content. Try it on Desserts, Fresh Cheese, Liqueurs, or Sweetener for Tea.
Papaya and Orange is the perfect mix, because they citrusy flavour is just what the papaya needs. The mix of this two fruits is very popular in fresh fruit juices in our archipelago, but also this jam is very appreciated! Palmelita jams are produced on a small scale here on the island of Tenerife.
Pale, beige to white honey, quickly cristallising in a creamy texture. Smooth and warm flavour, with pleasant balsamic tones. It is often used as a sweetener or as a company for other foods. Echium species are flowering shrubs endemic to the Canary Islands.
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