Our bees are Italian Ligurian bees Apis mellifera ligustica which were introduced to Finland in 1866. They are docile and unlikley to swarm but not so well suited to northern latitudes.
There is much debate about which bees are best suited to Finland's climate. The Finnish Black Bee and the Buckfast Bee are both used for honey production in Finland. In this article the US Ambassador to Finland (Mr Bruce J. Oreck) talks about these different bee species.
(Finnish bees go /bzz/ just like English bees. Not that I thought they wouldn't. But I wonder how Finns pronounce the sound a bee makes since neither /b/ or /z/ exist in the Finnish alphabet... psss...)