NIRRA honey is as rare and untouched as the lavish, virgin forests where its harvesting takes place. The wide range of the mountainous altitude offer a rich diversity in numerous indigenous plants, from chestnut to pine trees and wild oaks, adding both complexity and uniqueness to its character and supremacy to its quality.

Most of these remote forests, lying in the land of Chalkidiki and Northern Greece, form part of the Natura 2000 network that aims to ensure the long-term survival of Europe's most valuable and threatened species and habitats, thus preventing the use of pesticides or other agricultural techniques that may harm the virginity of the terrain.

The result is the yielding of a truly nutritional and strictly biological treasure born from the generous and unequaled land of Greece.