Organic Chestnut Honey

Organic Chestnut Honey di Alessio Brusadin

Organic Chestnut Honey


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Tree spread mainly in the hills and foothills, blooms from mid-June to early July with significant production of monofloeral pollen.

The flavor of honey is characteristic in its aromaticity, tannic on the palate.

More or less dark amber color, it depends a lot on the presence of forest honeydew, it turns brown when it crystallizes.

Cheese pairing: fresh dairy, to be tried in an explosion of contrast with gorgonzola or cow’s milk blue cheeses.

Flower: Chestnut

Net weight: 200 gr.


Nutritional Values per 100 gr.

Data sheet

Net weight
200 gr.

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