It comes from the flowers of Robinia Pseudoacacia L., scientific name of the plant belonging to the Mimosaceae family. The color is very clear and transparent, and can become cloudy following a partial crystallization, which in any case will never reach a complete stage. Loved by those who prefer liquid and very delicate honey. The scent is vaguely floral, with hints of acacia flowers, while the flavor is of confetto, sweet without a particular aftertaste or level of acidity. Sweetener with great energetic power, with high digestibility, rich in proteins, vitamins, mineral salts and amino acids. Its sugar content is largely due to fructose. We produce it by moving the hives in early May on the Alpes near the Swiss border.
Intense characteristic scent of blooming linden trees, fresh, aromatic and slightly balsamic flavor, reminiscent of mountain herbs and mint, while retaining a certain intensity and persistence. It has antispasmodic and calming properties. In the kitchen it is perfect for fragrant desserts and is also excellent in combination with blue cheeses. It's a traditional product of Modena, so much so that it is recognized among the Typical Agri-food Products of Emilia Romagna (PAT). Our bees produce this exquisite nectar between the villages of Soliera and Albareto, near Modena, where the large concentration of linden trees guarantees one of the purest monoflora honeys in Italy.
Intense yellow color, mild aroma and harmonious flavor of ripe fruits: its taste and shade hold the bright sun shining over sunflowers fields. It crystallizes quickly, with large crystals that give a very pleasant consistency. It is rich in pollen that brings its countless beneficial effects. Very good on medium-aged goat cheeses. Our bees collect the precious nectar in marvelous sunflower fields on the hills of Ostra Vetere, just above Senigallia (Ancona), throughout the month of July.
Nothing is like the taste of honey when it is still in the honeycomb! The honey in the wax cells arrives on your palate as the bees did, without even the air having changed it in any way. An explosion of flavor that is unparalleled. You cut a piece, put it in your mouth and while you chew the wax breaks and releases the honey. If you like, you can also eat the wax, which being organic is perfectly edible. Or, once the honey flavor is gone, a little wax chewing will remain. Fun to eat, the chewable texture makes it perfect as a dessert!
Gentle smell and taste of flowers, slightly sweet, it can be mixed to yoghurt and muesli, or to a fresh fruit smoothie, added to salads, or used to enrich a taste of cheese and honey. It is a rich source of non-animal proteins, very important in vegetarian diets. Pollen is also useful as a supplement of iron, vitamins or minerals, it has a restorative effect. After an intense physical effort, it can be useful as a natural supplement of amino acids. Low in calories, it is considered as the most complete food in nature.
Bees use it to grow their new generations, so while adult bees feed on honey (carbohydrates), growth relies on pollen for the support of proteins and vitamins.
70% organic linden honey and 30% organic hazelnuts.... make an unparalleled DELICACY! Honey and hazelnut cream is the proof that not all the food sins should be avoided... because of this fabulous cream a spoon pulls the other... but in each of them there are all the nutritional properties of honey combined with Omega 3 and proteins of hazelnuts. Everyone likes it: those who do not love honey, children, sportsmen for a full of sugars and proteins, those who simply have a slice of bread to spread! One downside: it's impossible to stop!!!!!
Non-alcoholic drops of propolis, black currant and echinacea: a few drops a day to help the immune system, or a more substantial dose to stop inflammations of the throat and oral cavity in the bud .