Honey from Ses Cabanasses


Net Weight 450g

In stock

Organoleptic properties

Visual appearance

Amber colour with reddish tones, maximum 83 mm Pfund.


Very strong and lasting floral aroma.


Very sweet with subtle acidic notes.


Rapid crystallisation in medium-sized crystals.

Pollen spectrum

25.1% Mediterranean buckthorn (Rhamnus alaternus) as main melliferous plant, 8.8% Mediterranean thistles (Asteraceae), 4.2% Echium (Echium spp.) and 2.6% common myrtle (Myrtus communis) as principal additional melliferous plants.

Geographical origin

The Ses Cabanasses estate is in the municipality of Petra in the north-east of Mallorca. Surrounded by wild vegetation, it covers an area of 290 hectares and is a small enclave that is virtually untouched by the passage of time. The estate’s most distinctive features are : the views from the houses, which overlook the majesty of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains and the great expanse of low garrigue typical of the Mediterranean landscape.

Botanical origin

In the natural landscape of Ses Cabanasses, there are carpets of asphodel (Asphodelus spp.), Mediterranean thistles (Galactites tomentosa), brooms (Genista spp.), Echium (Echium spp.), grey-leaved cistus (Cistus albidus), Montpellier cistus (Cistus monspeliensis), germanders (Teucrium spp.), and other species ot the Mediterranean landscape such as spurges ( Euphorbia spp. ),  common myrtle (Myrtus communis) or buckthorns (Rhamnus alaternus). In part of the farmland, there are large numbers of almond trees (Prunus dulcis) and carobs (Ceratonia siliqua), characteristic trees of the dry lands of  Mallorca.