Multifloral Honey


Organoleptic characteristics:

Its colour varies from almost colourless to straw yellow when liquid; from white to light beige when crystallized. Its scent recalls pungent nuances of propolis, vegetables, watermelon and moss. Its aroma is reminiscent of sugar syrup and forest fruits marmalade.


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Origin: Italy, during the flowering season the beehives are transported to the mountains in Abruzzo, full of wildflowers.

Efflorescence: April – May.

Storage: does not tolerate heat and humidity. Store in a cool and dry place. It crystallizes after a few months, forming a mass of fine or large-grained crystals.

Interesting facts: Honey is naturally rich in minerals and antioxidants, and therefore useful to the body. Useful in the treatment of flu as it calms coughs and has antibacterial properties. It is a valuable source of energy, useful to sportspeople, children, pregnant women, convalescents and the elderly.Used daily it can eliminate constipation, balance bacterial levels and improve the general efficiency of the absorption of nutrients. Finally, it is an excellent ally for skin and hair: thanks to its antioxidants, it can improve the look and tone of skin, reduce inflammation and aid the formation of scar tissue.

Packaging: 50 g – 250 g- 500 g jars.

Multifloral honey is a non monofloral product; one category of multifloral honey can not exist as it depends on the combination of plants used for its production. Multifloral honey has an enveloping aroma with hints of flowers and candied fruit. It has a sweet, fruity and floral taste; to the palate its aromatic scale is broad and varied and can hold surprising aromas, which differ according to the period of harvest. 

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50 gr, 250 gr, 500 gr


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