Tannic flavor and bitter notes of tobacco and cocoa beans. Perfect honey for breading whole wheat flour or dried fruit flours (hazelnut or almond). Chestnut honey is excellent in combination with cheeses: flowery rind cheeses such as Coulommiers or aged cheeses such as Parmesan. It goes well with dishes with a strong flavor.
Light honey of pasty consistency, with a pleasant taste. Delicately acid and floral, it is ideal for confectionery and the preparation of fried cakes. To pair honey with orange and cheese, we recommend using this honey to accompany mozzarella and burrata.
Honey with an ethereal, warm and fine perfume. Basically a sugared almond. Clear as a windy day, with a delicate taste like the white flowers from which it derives, with a reference to sweet almond and vanilla.Ideal for sweetening tea and herbal teas, it enhances its flavor without modifying it and is easily soluble. Recommended on fruit salad to prevent oxidation.
Highly sought after honey, produced only in the mountains at an altitude of over 1900 meters. White and pure as the peaks from which it derives, it is the company's first Slow Food Presidium honey.Fruity and aromatic, perfect for sweetening drinks and for spreading.
Yellow like beeswax, homogeneous and creamy. On the nose, slightly pungent, the bitter almond flavor vanishes in the mouth leaving a pleasant sensation of freshness.Perfect honey to be spread on a rusk or on toasted bread.
Remarkably aromatic and balsamic honey, which smells of fresh mint and camphor. Clear and creamy, linden honey is characterized by a persistent aroma in the mouth.Used to sweeten infusions, herbal teas.
Tannic, woody, warm. Red in color, like a double malt beer.Robust and persistent flavor, for those who do not like flat flavors and too sweet flavors: bitter honey par excellence.Excellent with tasty and aged cheeses.
This acacia honey has a delicate, refined and aromatic taste based on nectar and acacia pollen. Characteristic is its pale golden hue and fluid consistency.It is suitable for any use, honey that everyone likes. Suitable for sweetening drinks, yoghurt, fruit, without changing the taste of the food.
The color is very dark, the taste slightly sweet, similar to malt, woody.It is liked by those who do not like the sweetness of honey, used to sweeten and flavor milk and dairy products. Thanks to its resistance to cooking, it also lends itself to replacing caramel.
Pale yellow honey with a very aromatic, resinous and camphor perfume. The taste is fresh and quite persistent, with a menthol and sage note.Ideal on cooked fruit, it also goes well with aged cheeses and goes very well with fish and dishes flavored with sage.
Millefiori is defined as honey born from the combination of multiple flower blooms. Each millefiori has exclusive characteristics: all the flavor of Tyrolean nature is enclosed in this jar.The millefiori D’Arbo is clear and delicate, ideal for sweetening tea or other drinks, to give the final touch to muesli or yoghurt or to prepare the classic honey sandwiches.
Honey with a compact consistency, its smell is slightly smoked with complex notes of dry porcino and broth nut. The aroma is characteristic for the presence of eucalyptol; Strong taste, between sweet and salty, sometimes spicy. It goes well with dishes with aromatic herbs, soups and legumes, but also fish and vinaigrette vegetables, medium-aged cheeses such as pecorino.
Liquid and very clear, almost transparent, a characteristic that denotes the purity of acacia honey. Silky, sugared flavor, reminiscent of vanilla and sweet almond.Ideal for sweetening tea and coffee, with goats and pecorino cheeses, blue and similar. Effective to polish tarts and limit the oxidation of the fruit salad.
Dark honey, the light scents of chamomile are dominated by tannic and china scents. The taste is bitter, with notes of wood, tobacco, with parameters similar to honeydew honey.Excellent with ricotta and soft cheeses, but also with meats and stuffed with pumpkin tortelli. Very good if used in the rye bread dough.
Marked yellow color, strong and pungent smell, of vinegar and wet hay. The flavor is exactly the opposite: vanilla, firm and with strong hints of chamomile infusion.Creamy consistency, ideal for lacquering pork, baked or for seasoning roasts and grilled meat.
Strong, almost medicinal perfume that clearly recalls the aroma of the flower to which it derives. Afterwards, incense and resin reach the nose. Refreshing in the mouth, menthol, sage, lime and citrus are felt.Recommended for all teas, herbal teas, infusions, fresh drinks and dishes that involve the use of fresh sausage or goat ricotta.
Produced with nectar from sulla, a forage herb. It has a very light, wax white color. Floral and light perfume, delicate and sweet flavor with a vague hint of dry grass.Used for the preparation of desserts such as nougats, also excellent for tea and infusions thanks to its sweetness and neutral flavor. Perfect in baked goods, it makes the bread softer, longer lasting and more fragrant.
Precious honey, mother-of-pearl color and a consistency with a melting effect. The scent is intense and sweet, just like that of its flower. The delicate and aromatic flavor that refers to chamomile.Superb for stirring Normandy salted butter, candying orange slices and making roast duck glaze. The honey of vegetables and their juices.
Honey typical of the Mediterranean scrub, light amber color with orange and green shades. Intense aroma of chrysanthemum and daisies, hummus, peat and bark. Persistent taste, immediately sweet with an acidulous aftertaste. Ideal with cereals, legumes and very spicy dishes such as hummus, but also dried fruit, medium-aged cheeses, boiled potatoes and full-bodied red wines.
Apple honey is a real rarity. the first note on the nose is apple cider, followed by herbaceous hints. Gentle taste, of flowers and vegetables. In combination with meats and cooked fruit compotes, mustards, in the brine of game or fruit-based cocktails. Also excellent for simply dressing a spring field herb salad.
Strong, penetrating smell, reminiscent of holy wine, apricot compote, black spices, with a licorice finish. It is considered the honey of athletes, because it is rich in potassium and mineral salts. It goes well with American coffee or mocha, for breakfast combined with white yogurt and dried fruit, on bread with butter or extra virgin olive oil.