It is collected during mid summer at the unique undisturbed landscape of Mount Timfristos. Chestnut honey has very high nutritional value rich in pollen content, mineral salts and tannin, with a high proportion of fructose that resists crystallization (18 to 24 months) and a relatively low acidity. Dark in color, it has an aromatic, pungent herbal aroma and taste and slightly tannic (due to the tannin in the tree). The flavor is unique, not very sweet and with an almost bitter aftertaste and very persistent, highly appreciated by those who like a strong less sweet honey. It is recommended for athletes, children and elderly people because it improves blood circulation and disinfects the urinary tract.