Their honey comes from the Holte’s Honning beekeeping near Hamar

Norway is known for its impressive mountain landscapes and deep fjords. A unique flora blooms precisely on these mountain slopes and plateaus. Geir Holte's beekeeping migrates to these unique places in Norway. This is how the bees stand in the valley on the mountain slopes in spring, as they find many wild berry and meadow blossoms. In summer the beekeeping migrates 400 kilometers to the north to bring the bees to the Norwegian plateau in summer. There, in addition to the heather flowers, the bees rarely fly to mountain herbs and collect a unique mountain blossom honey from the wild nature of the Norwegian mountains.