Raw Wildflowers Honey 500g Expand

Raw Wildflowers Honey 500g

Le Querce

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Raw Wildflower Honey produced in Italy, has a light colour. The flavour is more delicate than the mountain varieties. It is a great table honey and natural sweetener. Ideal in the preparation of desserts, but also with white meat or sweet and sour dishes. Very intriguing as a base in the preparation of a sauce for grilled meats, combined with curry and balsamic vinegar.

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Organoleptic features: This type of wildflower is reminiscent of chestnut and comes in liquid form. It usually has a strong flavour with a more or less bitter aftertaste. It maintains a creamy texture and crystallises more slowly. 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. This honey is often used in cooking, for breakfast and for the preparation of sweets.

Weight500g
Dimension8cm x 8cm x 10cm
HoneyWildflower

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Le Querce ‘The oaks’ is a family business that was founded in 1998 . Thanks to the relentless and hardworking family activities and the rich greenery of the morainic amphitheater of the Canavese, originates a high quality line of organic honey. Always using honey as a basic ingredient with addition of small delicacies such as pistachio, almond, coffee, hazelnut and blueberry born delicious products ideal for spreading on bread is to enrich and embellish delicious desserts.

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