Raw Wildflower Honey has a full and varied aroma with natural, energy-giving properties.
Suitable for use in the preparation of desserts and puddings; it goes well with meat and fish as part of a sauce. Excellent with all kinds of fruit.
Essay Wildflower Honey Food for body and brain health
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Organoleptic features: It is a Mountain honey and has the merit of being collected in healthy environments, which means that contamination is less likely. This honey is in crystallised form with a paste-like density similar to a jam. The colour is brownish and its not overly sweet flavour is delicate and pleasant.
Its name is related to the areas of wild flowers which aid in the production of this honey. It is the brand name used by various apiaries. Our area offers many varieties of wild mint, wild thyme, brassicas and pasture grasses such as clover, alfalfa and dandelion. It has an amber colour tending to clear, and it crystallises with a fine-grained and paste-like texture. This honey is often used in cooking, for breakfast and for the preparation of sweets.
|Dimension||10 x 10 x 12 cm|
Immersed in the beauty of the Alps Graie, the “buzzy bee” farm, La Pecheronza, founded by Alessio and Nicola, succeeds in blending into the product scientific and agricultural expertise. The surrounding areas are perfect for promoting a honey that has a unique and unmistakable flavour of the mountains.