This fir honey from Evritania, a remote part of the northwestern Greek mainland, is beloved for its delicate flavor, golden almost iridescent color and pleasantly viscous texture. Hints of vanilla and caramel linger on the palate with every spoonful. Fir honey is relatively rare in Greece and is only produced in a few places, one of them being the densely forested area of Evritania. It's one of the poorest places in Europe with one of the most richly forested landscapes. If you like aromatic honey that is light and golden but with a depth of flavor that calls forth all the wonders of high-altitude fir forests, then this lovely organic fir honey from the remote western mainland of Greece is for you.