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Oh, honey!

There is more to honey than sweet. Its unique and nuanced taste profile and versatility have in fact earned it the tag “liquid gold,” the edible kind, that is. 

It can be used for a variety of meals, from appetizer to dessert. 

Aside from complementing food, German honey company Langnese Honey relates the flavors of its products to certain moods. 

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FIND YOUR HONEY. Langnese Honey offers five variants that match different kinds of food and mood. (From left) Feel relaxed with Golden Clear, feel optimistic with Acacia, feel delighted with Wild Flower, feel light with Wild Lavender, and feel strong with Black Forest.
“Langnese Honey enhances one’s mood when one knows the right variant that perfectly complements the food,” said Emie San Beda, senior product manager of Fly Ace Corporation, the honey brand’s local distributor.

San Beda added, “It is known for its purity and versatility, which makes it a kitchen staple that can warm the hearts of Filipino consumers. Whatever your lifestyle needs are, there is a Langnese Honey for you.” 

The brand offers five variants, namely Golden Clear, Acacia, Wild Lavender, Wildflower, and Black Forest.

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Superfood Salad drizzled with Langnese Wild Lavender honey
Give a hearty breakfast a sweet kick with Acacia Honey. Its sweet and subtle flavor pairs well with pancakes, breakfast cereals, fruits, and spreads, which promises to make one “feel optimistic” about the day ahead. 

For those who need a little boost, the Black Forest Honey, with its dark color and full-bodied taste, renders itself easily as a luxurious quality honey that makes one “feel strong.”

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Roast Chicken glazed with Langnese Bee Easy Wild Flower Honey
Wild Flower Honey is collected by bees from numerous wild blossoms in the sun-drenched natural countryside of Germany, thus giving it a bright golden color and lightly balanced taste. One is said to “feel delighted” as it is the perfect ingredient for those who love to cook and bake.

For those who are looking to eat healthy and “feel light,” a drizzle of Wild Lavender Honey adds a delicate and mildly sweet floral taste to salads.

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From left: Fly Ace general manager Ramon Daez, Langnese head of sales and marketing for Southeast Asia Mark Bumgartner, Fly Ace category head for Philippines Emie San Beda, The Wholesome Table’s Bianca Araneta-Elizalde, Fly Ace president Jun Cochanco, and Fly Ace marketing head Abbie Ng Reyes.
At the end of a busy workday, there is nothing like unwinding with coffee or tea, and adding a teaspoon or two of Golden Clear Honey to your drink. This has been a popular favorite among generations of honey lovers since 1927. 

Langnese prides itself on being all-natural and unfiltered, so it retains the natural goodness of honey without compromising its taste and nutritional benefits. The brand’s products are distributed in 45 countries, and the Philippines is one of the first Asian markets it serves.

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Wholesome Granola paired with Langnese Black Forest Honey
“We are proud for being the chosen partner of Langnese, which gives us even more opportunity to provide a variety of top quality products that Filipino consumers can easily avail of and enjoy,” enthused Ramon Daez, general manager of Fly Ace Corporation.

Langnese Honey variants are available in supermarkets nationwide.

Topics: Langnese Honey , Fly Ace Corporation , Golden Clear , Acacia , Wild Lavender , Wildflower , Black Forest
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