Subtle honey from the aniseed and thistles of the Bekaa.
The fresh palate and balsamic notes of this honey make it a favorite of connoisseurs and gourmands when matched with a wide variety of foods.
At an altitude of 1,200 meters, the northern Bekaa mountain meadows above Deir el Ahmar provide local floral diversity including aniseed, thistles and wild summer flowers and produce a Baalbek honey that has become the choice of connoisseurs at a variety of occasions. Particularly suited to cheese and pastries.
Known for being an excellent digestive stimulant, the Deir el Ahmar also hosts antispasmodic properties and is favored for use in relieving muscle spasms.