The properties of the honeydew honey
The forest honey covers a comprehensive name because it can be a honey from different kind of forest flowers or the nectars collected from not blooming trees as well. Honeydew honey contains only the nectar from the trees: bees can find this nectar on the leaves on plants. That's the reason why honeydew honey contains minimal pollen.
It's a very dark, almost black colored and mild scent but strong tasted honey. Its mineral content and flavor is unique in the variety of honeys.
The honeydew honey collected from fig forests (which we can also call as 'pine honey') has taste reminded of walnut. Forest honeys which are originated from other forests (like spruce, larch, oak, willow, black walnut etc.) dominates the so called 'honeydew' taste. This honey can stay liquid for long time but some types of them crystallized quicklier.
It contains high level of minerals. It can be eaten only by itself (with bread and butter, in muesli), maybe you can savor drinks, drinking with milk is an extraordinary experience.
The forest honey has much iron and copper content thus, it's very useful for anemia sufferers. It has vein cleansing, cholesterol maintenance effect, otherwise it cleans respiratory tract and calms the nerves.