Mixed honey itself is not a honey type, since its composition can vary drastically, but in all cases it is produced exclusively from the nectar of different flowers. Differences are due to the variety of plants visited by the bees or mixtures produced in different honey production sites. Due to this, mixed honey colours have a wide range of variety, but they are characteristically brownish. Their crystalization process is usually quite fast. This process, however, can be very different in some cases. Some mixtures fully crystalize, while others create a crystalized part at the bottom and remain liquid at the top. With their variety of colour, they have the same beneficial digestive effects as the pure types.