Pronounced [ you-lōh-gee-uh ] and directly translated from Greek meaning “blessing.”
Eulogia began in 2012 under the philosophy that specific geographic regions are “blessed” with natural attributes that allow them to cultivate superior quality products due to their climate, terrain, resources and overall natural placement in the world.
Some countries can produce the best coffee beans; others the best wine.
In Greece we are truly blessed to be able to produce the world’s best quality olive oil and honey.
Honey with Chios Mastic from Arkoi, a small rocky island in the southern Aegean known for its crystal blue waters and handful of inhabitants, fused with the famed mastic resin of Chios.
Thyme Blossom honey has its origin on a Greek island.
Collected in Greece’s central Peloponnese region, – to “licking nectar from trees”. The complex honey also boasts strong “woodland”, “oak” and “herbal” flavours and just a hint of “salted caramel”, which would make it ideal with blue cheese.
Reports from Ancient Greece make joy and happiness as they used symbol wreath at weddings contain oregano branches.