In the thesis we were checking the perception of aroma properties and the liking of six different samples of chestnut honey of Slovenian origin, with a panel of 60 young consumers. The assessors described the odor and aroma of samples with qualitative descriptive method »Check all that apply « (CATA) and determined the liking of sensory properties (odor, aroma, sweetness and bitterness) on a 7-point and overall liking on a 9-point hedonic scale. We have also determined some of the basic physico-chemical parameters associated with sensory characteristics or quality of the honey, like water content, electrical conductivity, pH value and color parameters in the CIE system (L*, a*, b*). The obtained data were processed by statistical methods and thus determined descriptive statistics of the analyzed parameters. The important sensory characteristics of chestnut honey are intense odor and aroma of chestnut flowers, caramel, and medium to intense bitter taste. The expressed characteristics of the sample are reflected in a higher rating of the expert panel, but this does not necessarily mean a high hedonic score from the consumers. The highest hedonic scores were given to the samples K2 and K8, which had a weak to medium intense odor and aroma, and a medium sweet and slightly bitter taste (CATA method). The lowest scores of liking received samples K4 and K5, which om the other hand received the highest number of points for the sensory quality from the expert panel. For these two samples consumers most often indicated, with the CATA method, a medium intense or intense odor and aroma, and a slightly or medium sweet and strongly bitter taste. The "caramel" aroma descriptor was checked by 47% and more consumers in all samples of honey.