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  1. Italian Acacia Honey 250g

    Acacia Honey

    Acacia honey is undoubtedly the best known among Italian honey. It is appreciated for its light color, almost transparent and for its sweet taste. Harvested between April and May In the Piedmont region in Northern Italy.

    Aroma: Floral, fresh fruit and candy.

    Due to its characteristics it can have a variety of uses such as table honey, as sweetener or for the preparation of desserts. Lovely in combination with different types of cheeses (especially fresh ricotta and goat's milk, mascarpone cheese and blue cheese) or with yogurt. Because of its digestibility this is the most suitable honey for children.

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  2. Wildflowers Honey 250 Gr

    Wildflower Honey

    Harvested between May and August in the Piedmont region of Northern Italy. 

    The aroma varies depending on the predominant flowering and harvest area.

    The crop of wildflower honey is made during the summer months in the "Po Valley" and includes an enormous quantity of different flowers that bloom at the same time ( mint, clover, solidago, yellow melilitot..).

    The wildflower honey is most suitable for the table. A great sweetener, goes very well with all types of cheeses.

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  3. Black Truffle Honey

    Black Truffle Honey

    The top quality Italian acacia honey meets the refined black truffles in a smart and elegant presentation. The sweetness and softness of the acacia honey meet the flavour of the truffle, the result is a refined and harmonious taste.

    The black truffles (tubero aestivum) used to make this tasty Italian speciality are from the city of Alba in the Piedmont region in Northern Italy.

    Best served with cheeses both mature and fresh, with cured and dry meat. Fantastic on grilled fish.

     

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  4. Acacia & Ginseng Organic Honey 250 Gr

    Organic Acacia Honey With Ginseng

    Ginseng and Acacia Honey is useful for sports lovers, for those who study, for the recovery from challenging and stressful activities. The results is a product of extraordinary quality, for a healthy and tasty life.

    Aroma: Floral, fresh fruit and candy.

    It is appreciated for its light color, almost transparent. Due to its characteristics it can have a variety of uses such as table honey as an excellent sweetener, for the preparation of sweets and in combination with different types of cheeses (especially fresh ricotta and goat's milk, mascarpone cheese and blue cheese) or with yogurt. Because of its digestibility this honey is the most suitable honey for children.

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  5. Lemon Honey 250 Gr

    Lemon Honey

    Harvested between April, May and September in a limited area of eastern Sicily. It is quite rare to find such extensive plantations of lemons enough to allow the production of a lemon honey purity.

    Aroma of lemon blossom, pungent.

    Lemon honey is quite similar to the orange honey from which it only differs for a more sour note, and for a more pungent flavour. 

    Excellent as a sweetener in teas and cocktails. Lovely with both fresh cheeses ( ricotta, mascarpone) and mature cheeses. Ragusano).

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  6. Italian Orange Honey 250

    Orange Honey

    Harvested between April and May In the Italian Regions of Sicily and Calabria.

    The flavours and aroma are very delicate and recall the flowers blossoms on which the bees have foraged.

    The orange honey colour is always very clear but in the solid state must strive to be white. 

    For its aroma and unmistakable scent the orange honey is one of the most used honeys in confectionery, especially for the preparation of nougat. Pairs very well with cheeses from the local area of origin such as Ragusano and Caciocavallo. Great in the coffee for breakfast or as a sweetener in cold beverages.

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  7. Eucalyptus Honey 250 Gr

    Eucalyptus Honey

    Harvested between June - July and September in the Italian Regions of Sicily and Calabria.

    Aroma of Fried mushrooms and liquorice.

    The Eucalyptus honey is produced primarily from two different plant species: the Eucalyptus camaldulensis (which blooms in July-August) and Eucalyptus occidentals (which blooms in September). The honey produced in the summer turns out to be lighter in colour and more delicate in flavour while the one produced in September is slightly more pronounced.

    Ideal with Aged cheese, such as parmesan or pecorino.

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  8. Chestnut Honey 250g

    Chestnut Honey

    A beautiful, delicate chestnut honey harvested between June and July in the Piedmont region of Northern Italy.

    A woody, tannin and Intense aroma. A slightly bitter taste compared to the other variety of honey. Rich in minerals, it is recognized as an excellent tonic.

    One of the most used in the kitchen and in combination with seasoned cheeses (sheep, goats, grana padano and castelmagno, raschera, taleggio, tome). It is also very suitable with ricotta.

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