The chestnut tree honey variety produced in Beigua Park is a monofloral honey obtained from the flowers of Castanea sativa. Besides the chestnut tree pollen, it also includes pollen species characteristic of the territory, like Acer pseudoplatanus gr., Rubus f., Olea f., Black Locust, Heath, Prunus/Pyrus f., Genista, Quercusrobur gr., Tilia, Graminaceae, Salix.
Color: more or less dark amber with reddish/greenish shades in liquid honey; brown if crystallized honey
Smell: at least of intermediate intensity, characteristic, sour, tannic, wood and caramel scented
Taste: not so sweet, very bitter, tannic, astringent