World’s second-most expensive honey comes from Spain

Honey

Europe’s most expensive honey, and the second-priciest in the world, comes from a village in the land-locked centre-northern province of León and will be presented at the International Organic Fair in Sweden next month.

It is created via the cooperative in the village of Camponaraya, in the district of El Bierzo, and even has a waiting list, orders taken now cannot be met until at least the beginning of 2020.

Its price tag of €150 per kilo means a standard supermarket-sized jar could come in at between €30 and €37.50, or around 10 times the cost of mass-produced honey found on the shelves.