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Collected drop by drop from our pristine forests, meadows and gardens, it is the sweet taste of our land. So, if you want to really experience Lithuania, you need to try our nectar.
Although there’s evidence of honey being used in mead production in Lithuania from medieval times, honey production itself really took off in the 17th century, and it’s been a major ingredient of the country’s palette ever since. And it makes sense, after all the color of honey reflects that of Lithuania’s oldest and most precious commodity, amber. Fragrant with sow thistles, linden blossoms and heather, honey is in many ways the greater treasure. Collected drop by drop from our pristine forests, meadows and gardens, it is the sweet taste of our land. So, if you want to really experience Lithuania, you need to try our nectar.

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