Taste different types of honey at the honey tasting room in CDMX

As part of World Bee Day, the A de Abeja project announces the opening of its first Honey tasting room in Mexico City to explore and enjoy the different species Honey in a specialized environment.

The honey tasting room is a space that offers a sensory experience of enjoying a wide selection of honeys with unique and surprising flavors. From the softness of achaual honey, the complexity and roundness of avocado honey, to the saltiness of mangrove honey and the delicious acidity of chinampa honey.

Bad between flights They offer the public a tasting of four varieties accompanied by pairings, consisting of carefully selected cheeses, nuts and seasonal fruits.

The former includes mesquite, olive, mangrove and avocado honeys, but the selection may vary depending on the seasons and blooms, as this determines their availability.

the taste of honey
The honey tasting room is located at Colima 220, međ. 304A, Roma Norte, Mexico City. Photo: Freepik

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Sensory experience of honey

He designed this sensory experience with honey Arlette Gomez, honey enthusiast and founder of A de AbejaMr Roxanna de la Fuente, honey provocateur, aims to rediscover the biodiversity of Mexico through the aromas, flavors and textures of various types of honey. In addition, they strive to raise awareness of the challenges faced by bees, beekeepers and honey industry.

Arlette shared her knowledge and passion for this sweet through tastings in Mexico, Spain, Italy and the United Kingdom. She is the first specialist in our country who obtained a certificate as a member of the Panel of Experts for Sensory Analysis of Honey from Italy.

For her part, Roxanna creates value through the design of innovative experiences in different projects, focusing on those of sustainability and citizen participation that strive to have a positive impact on society.

Finally, it is vital for entrepreneurs to promote the diversity and complexity of the bee product. As well as promoting local consumption to strengthen the economy of small producers, who play an active role in bee conservation and ecosystem care.

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