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Millefiori Honey

Millefiori Honey

Milleflori” (thousand flowers) is also often called wildflower honey. This is both the most common type of honey and also, in a sense, the rarest: made of nectars from flowers in a particular place at a particular time, it is essentially impossible to reproduce its unique color, aroma and flavors from year to year. Simona, however, takes her bees to similar places which have a predominant mix of flora that give a nectar of recognizable flavor.

This honey is complex and ephemeral, with strong aromatic elements of chesnut, dry herbs, and a long, rich sweet finish. 

The perfect honey for every use. Use as a table-top honey at the breakfast table, as well as in any recipe calling for honey. 

Description

Milleflori” (thousand flowers) is also often called wildflower honey. This is both the most common type of honey and also, in a sense, the rarest: made of nectars from flowers in a particular place at a particular time, it is essentially impossible to reproduce its unique color, aroma and flavors from year to year. Simona, however, takes her bees to similar places which have a predominant mix of flora that give a nectar of recognizable flavor.

This honey is complex and ephemeral, with strong aromatic elements of chesnut, dry herbs, and a long, rich sweet finish. 

The perfect honey for every use. Use as a table-top honey at the breakfast table, as well as in any recipe calling for honey. 

Product Details

Product CodeUnit SizeUnit / CaseCase WeightUPC CodeNotes
63002 250 gr/8.8 oz 6 3.6 kg/8 lb 7-93232-63002-1

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