LBP22,000 – LBP69,000
A thick and woody honey from the cedars of northern Lebanon’s high forests.
At 1,200 meters and higher, the cedar reserve in Barouk provides a rich local floral diversity including cedar, fir, thistles and wild summer flowers which help produce the unique flavors of the Barouk honey. Collected at the end of summer, this honey is best with toasted breads and dairy products.
Rich in micronutrients, iron and minerals, this honey helps fight fatigue and anemia and is recommended for both athletes and the elderly alike.