Raw Chestnut Honey is among the most famous Italian honeys. Its colour is very dark, and it has a strong and typically bitter flavour.
Its unique taste makes it suitable for cakes with dried fruit, or glazed vegetables. Excellent paired with red meat dishes, especially roast pork or grilled meats. It is also very good with saltwater fish such as mackerel and some freshwater fish, including salmon and trout.
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Organoleptic features: Chestnut honey tends to remain liquid, because of the strong component of fructose. The eventual crystallisation is very slow, and not always regular. The colour is dark amber with a reddish-greenish hue in the liquid honey; if crystallised, it assumes a brown colour. The aroma is intense; it is not very sweet, but rather bitter and very persistent.
This is a very particular honey, with a strong character and lingering smell, and basically bitter taste. It is much loved by those who know how to appreciate it. Recommended in all cases of poor blood circulation, it is suitable for people suffering from anaemia, and fatigue. It has an expectorant function. It remains liquid and long-transparent so that its undeniable flavour enhances the qualities of great cheeses. It must also be added that this honey can be drained onto a beautiful platter and giving great pleasure in this fluid gesture.
|Dimension||8 x 8 x 10 cm|
Managed by the Marini brothers, the Apicoltura Marini farm allows its bees to collect their best pollen in the natural beauty of the Roman and Lazio countryside The passion for agriculture, a vision of a spiritual life guided by the beekeeper, results in quality products.