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Raw Italian Honey

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  • Available Sizes: 250g / 500g

    Benefits: A gentle honey, great for children. It may also help to keep your liver and intestines healthy, and its antibacterial properties have traditionally been used to help with any respiratory ailments.

    Tasting Notes & Tips:  A  sweet, mild flavour, with a velvety texture. Great for sweetening teas, paired with salty hard cheeses (like Pecorino, or Parmesan), or for roasting with root veg. The Acacia tree is prominent feature of the Novara region of Italy.

    Raw honey is not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 12 months old.

  • Available Sizes: 250g

    Raw Alpine Flowers Honey – ‘Flora Alpina’

    Benefits:Traditionally used as a tonic to calm nerves and is thought to be beneficial in soothing Arthritis.

    Tasting Notes & Tips: A light colour, with a delicate, floral flavour. Its aromatic properties are fantastic with traditional northern Italian dishes such as prosciutto ham with fresh figs. We also like it with sweet (dolce) Gorgonzola or other salty, mild cheeses. Alpine flowers are found high up in the alps in the Valsesia area of Piedmont. This honey is prized because the flowers are only in bloom for a short time and are often ruined by high winds or sudden downpours.

    Raw honey is not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 12 months old.

  • Available Sizes: 250g

    Benefits: Make into a tea to sooth when you’re under the weather. Like all honeys it has antiseptic qualities and can be used on small cuts and grazes.

    Tasting Notes & Tips: ​A dark, rich, fruity honey. It’s got a smooth, almost soothing flavour. We inhale crumpets covered with it, and also like it drizzled over natural yogurt with some nuts and dried fruit on the side. This honey comes from cherry trees in the Monferrato region (well known for its truffles and wine). 

    Raw honey is not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 12 months old.

  • Available Sizes: 250g / 500g

    Benefits: ​Chestnut flower honey may be beneficial for supporting circulation and may help to sooth muscle spasms.

    Tasting Notes & Tips: A dark, almost woody honey, with a smokey quality to it. It’s not as sweet as other honeys, so is good as a glaze for roasts, or with blue cheeses and plenty of bread! The trees are found high up in the Alps in the Valsesia are of Piedmont.

    Raw honey is not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 12 months old.

  • Available Sizes: 250g / 500g

    Benefits: Like all honeys it has antiseptic qualities and can be used on small cuts and grazes. It’s also thought to be helpful when you’ve got a dose of the flu or want to support the body’s immune system.

    Tasting Notes & Tips: Dark and thick, with an intense taste almost like molasses, but less cloyingly sweet. Use to make your own Barbecue Sauce or try with natural or Greek yogurt. 

    Originating from the Monferrato region of Piedmont (famed for its truffles and wine), Honeydew, also known as ‘Forest Honey’, is made by small insects who ingest plant sap found in tree leaves. They leave behind a sugary liquid on the leaves after digesting the sap. Bees then collect the sap and process it into a dark, intensely flavoured honey. 

    Raw honey is not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 12 months old.

  • Available Sizes: 250g / 500g

    Benefits: May be beneficial if you’re suffering with insomnia and/or menstrual cramps. May also be helpful as a digestion aide, and as a diuretic. You may like it if you’re trying to counter a heavy night out!

    Tasting Notes & Tips:  A light colour, with a strong, fresh flavour. Hints of lime and eucalyptus. Unsurprisingly given the flavour, Linden Trees are also known as Lime Trees. The trees are found high up in the Alps in the Valsesia area of Piedmont. The flavour lingers in the mouth after eating. Great slavered on an English muffin for breakfast.

    Raw honey is not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 12 months old.


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