Pine honey is almost 65% of total honey production in Greece. It is considered one of the best worldwide. Collected during autumn from the pine tree forests in Euboea and Thassos. Darker than thyme honey, it’s not too sweet and has a woody flavor that reminds of caramel, with a malty, spicy aroma. It crystallizes in about 18 months. The nutritional value of pine honey is particularly high thanks to the large number of minerals and trace elements it contains. Magnesium, calcium, zinc, iron and copper are some of the metals and trace elements found in its composition. Rich in carbohydrates, proteins, amino acids, vitamins and enzymes, makes it an ideal food for athletes, children and people with intense physical and mental activity At the same time 15 grams of pine honey correspond to only 46 calories. Scientific research has highlighted pine honey as one of the most important types of honey in terms of its properties. It has been proven that pine honey has an anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effect while also helping to treat coughs, sore throats and gouty arthritis. Its low pH combined with the high content of hydrogen peroxide acts preventively against a wide range of microorganisms. Additionally, it increases the heart rate and reduces the problems associated with ulcers, while it also has antimicrobial properties.