Their honey comes from the Mesi Mestari beekeeping near Tampere

Just as the moose is closely linked to Sweden, the bear is the national animal in Finland. In autumn, the bears are delighted with countless wild berries that help them to build up their winter supply. It is precisely this variety of berries and meadows that is characteristic of the region around Tampere in southern Finland. In addition to countless lakes, the bee colonies of this Finnish beekeeping stand and ingested an incredibly diverse honey.