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Harvested at the end of July

*The color, taste and texture of honey may vary from one harvest year to the next. The photo is for illustrative purposes only.

Dominant flower: Clover

Complementary flowers: Milkweed, sweet clover, alfalfa, bramble and vetch

Our first harvest of honey presents beautiful notes of wild berries, cherry trees and other flowers. Tasty taste of green apple and beeswax with a side of barley sugar!

Description of taste

With a very fine and delicate taste, summer honey is a real floral explosion in the mouth. Coming mainly from the flowering of white clover, linden, brassicas and raspberries, it is also made up of a multitude of wild flowers which adorn the Hautes-Laurentides during the month of July. At times, we also perceive an invigorating and minty freshness taking its origins from the nectar of the lime tree. The harvest is sometimes also made with part honeydew, making it a slightly darker color with a slight caramelized taste.

Aromas and accords

Taste | Delicate and floral

Absolutely delectable, we also perceive floral and delicate notes. It goes wonderfully with yogurt, cheese, morning toast or any good homemade recipe that calls for sweetness.

Raw honey

Never filtered or heated, raw honey is excellent for your health, as it retains traces of pollen, propolis and beeswax as well as its original properties and aromas. Freshly harvested, it is in a liquid state, but it crystallizes quickly and smoothly given the absence of heat in the extraction process.


Crystallized honey does not tolerate excess temperatures (over 25 degrees) which risk causing its crystalline structure to collapse (phase shift). They should therefore ideally be kept in a place where the temperature does not exceed 20 degrees.


Honey keeps forever! We recommend consuming it within 2 years of harvest. Like any food, honey is a commodity whose nutrients it is essential to preserve.