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Abeelina honey is sourced from the pristine temperate rainforest of the Reñihué Valley in Patagonia, Chile. The valley's unique climate, mild temperatures, high humidity, and abundant rainfall make it a great location for honey production.


Our bees collect nectar from diverse flora, resulting in a rich and unique flavor profile. In addition, we take pride in our sustainable beekeeping practices that preserve the natural habitat of our bees and the environment.




Ulmo Honey

Ulmo tree honey is a unique and rare variety of honey that originates from the nectar of the Ulmo tree (Eucryphia cordifolia), which grows in the pristine temperate rainforests of southern Chile. This honey is highly sought after for its exquisite taste and its many health benefits.

What sets Ulmo honey apart from other types of honey is its unique composition. It is rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, and is known to have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Ulmo honey has been used for centuries by the indigenous Mapuche people of Chile for its medicinal properties and is believed to help with respiratory infections, sore throats, and digestive issues.


Patagonia Multifloral

Our Multifloral honey is a delicious and unique type of honey that is harvested from bees that collect nectar from a variety of flowers and plants. Unlike monofloral honey, which is produced from a single type of flower or plant, multifloral honey captures the essence of the diverse flora of the region.

The flavor and aroma of multifloral honey can vary depending on the specific mix of flowers and plants from which the bees collect their nectar. However, in general, multifloral honey from Reñlihué has a rich, mild flavor.  It is also rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, making it an excellent natural remedy for a variety of ailments.

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