Melmequer Spicy Honey Jelly

Using ancient knowledge and flavors, honey jelly is obtained from honey, pollen and Propolis that are in the wax of the operculum. It has a dark color, reddish tones, with a mild aroma and taste, and a citrus aftertaste.

Honey jelly has been used since ancient times to sweeten milk or tea. In addition, it is also a great accompaniment to cheese (less or more) ripened, or simply barred in bread. In recent years, chefs have explored its use in cooking, such as topping for ice cream, crepes, cakes, pastries and salty foods.