The bees collect from the rich diversity of the fine nectar from very different honey plants as Mimosaceaen (e.g. Mimosa pudica), Soapberry (Sapindaceae), Aster types (aster-like flowers) and Pal menarten (among others the majestic royal palm).
The warm, subtropical climate on the Caribbean island of Cuba can thrive in the jungle a unique, almost exuberant plants and flowers diversity. This is ample supply, the bees collect the nectar of many flowering plants and unite him to this wonderful Honiggenuss.Auf Cuba are a total of 275 areas under special conservation. The system of protected areas in Cuba is exemplary developed. The most famous national park of Cuba is the Parque Nacional Alejandro de Humboldt. It is located in eastern Cuba in the provinces of Holguín and Guantánamo. The area protects the ecosystems on land and at sea, such as the coast with its mangroves and offshore reefs, the coastal dry forests and the higher and precipitation-rich rainforests with the 1,168 m high summit of El Toldo. The national park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in December 2001 and is home to thousands of endemic species and 2% of the world's flora. He is the most important ecological retreat in the Caribbean area.