Honey of Zadrima. Zadrima in northern Albania (Lezha region) has excellent climate conditions for beekeeping and is widespread throughout the area. The most famous sage honey, which comes from two hilly areas and is produced between May and June.
Honey of Puka. Honey produced in Puka has high nutritional values as a result of the nature and diversity of medicinal plants found in the area.
Mountain Honey (Tropoja / Korca). This type of honey has high reputation in Albania. The beekeepers in these areas are increasing production not only for the domestic market but also for export.
Chestnut Honey (Tropoja). This honey is collected in the forests of Tropoja, where the characteristics of the Albanian Alps contribute to its freshness and the unique combination sweet and bitter taste. Another characteristic of this type of honey is the deep color. Chestnut honey has a great potential for success not only in the domestic market,but also the international one.
Honey of Himara. This type of honey is collected from the forests and mountain slopes of Llogara, and also, from Palasa to Borsh. The vegetation of the area, the great variety of flowers and aromas, combined with the marine and mountain climate,have contributed make this type of honey very popular in our country.
Honey of Permet. One of the many values of Permeti people is their pride and care for quality. Honey is one of many products Permeti people have all the rights to vaunt. The rich flora and the geographical characteristics of Permet area provide a certified guarantee for quality, especially if we mention the Honey of Maleshova, which stands out among honey types produced in this area.The produced quantity of this type honey is highly demanded in Albania and is immediately sold as soon as it is produced.
Honey of Gjirokastra Mountains. Mountain's meadows in Gjirokastra region provide a very good and healthy honey. Gjirokastra Mountains Honey covers the needs of the surrounding population and is also sold in the markets of the main cities.