2.000 B.C. – Babylonia
Babylonians used honey-based medicines to treat eyes and ears, after surgery, or to help heal stretched or pierced ears.
1550 B.C.- Egypt
Egyptian papyrus traced back to 1550 ,discovered in 1873 by George Ebers and kept in the University of Leipzig in Germany since then.Ancient Egyptians used of honey and lemon with water for medical purposes and well being.
773 B.C. – China
Chinese were drinking honey based beverages for medical use. Either fermented, or with lemon.
529 B.C. – Greece, Ionia, Calabria
Pythagoras of Samos was the initiator of the first vegetarian diet, the Pythagorean Deit. During his journey in Sicily and Calabria, it is the first time Sicilian lemons are combined with honey and water as a natural energy supplement.
410 B.C. – Kos, Greece
Hippocrates, the father of Western Medicine, addresses the health benefits of honey.
After a long journey, nomadic tribes introduced a unique recipe in Smyrna and Minor Asia. Water, honey and lemon was a basic element of their diet as well as their natural energy booster that kept them going..
19th century – Smyrna
The nomadic recipe survives and is used by our grandmother as well among other families as a natural tonic, enjoyed every morning.
2018 – Athens, Greece
Inspired by our heritage, two brothers decide to introduce the benefits of this nourishing precious recipe. We have embraced and enhanced the original recipe and offer you a unique taste of the nomadic lifestyle.