Bundle 4x250g Wildflowers Chestnut Eucalyptus & Bergamot Flavoured Honeys del Tuccio
This Bundle contains:
- 1 Jar of WIldflower Honey of 250 g
- 1 Jar of Chestnut Honey of 250 g
- 1 Jar of Eucalyptus Honey of 250 g
- 1 Jar of Bergamot Honey of "50 g
Wildflowers Honey is produced from several flowers (such as citrus flowers, thistle, clover, etc.).
It has a light colour and a delicate and sweet flavour.
Thanks to its sweet taste, it can easily replace sugar in the preparation of desserts, it can be used as a sweetener (e.g. in coffee) and it is also excellent for macerating meat, combined with something more acidic, giving it that sweet and sour aftertaste.
In our areas, it is produced in the period between April and May.
It is an excellent ally for the throat, intestines, liver and in cosmetics, it is suitable for skin and hair.
Wildflower honey crystallizes very easily.
Chestnut Honey has a dark colour and a strong and slightly bitter taste.
It is produced between June and July (chestnut flowering period).
It is an excellent source of protein and has nourishing and moisturizing properties, infact it is also used in cosmetics.
It is rich in fructose and therefore, if 100% pure, it never crystallizes.
Chestnut honey is excellent to combine with cheeses.
Eucalyptus honey has an amber colour and a strong, intense and particularly balsamic flavour.
It is produced in September (eucalyptus globulus flowering period, typical of southern Italy).
Eucalyptus honey is mainly used against cough and typical diseases of the respiratory system. It also has antibacterial properties.
Thanks to these properties it is ideal to be enjoyed with hot drinks (e.g. herbal teas).
It crystallizes in a few months and has very fine granules.
Bergamot Honey is nothing more than the encounter between wildflower honey that I produce and the essence of bergamot.
Bergamot is a citrus fruit that is produced only in our province, Reggio Calabria (Calabria, Italy).
It has a sweet and sour taste and is excellent to combine with fish and cheeses.
|Origin of raw materials||Self-produced|
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