The chestnut honey from Brezzo Beekeeping stands out from the others for its particular characteristics and properties: the color is dark with reddish hues and due to the high fructose content it remains liquid. The taste has a bitter taste, which is why it is appreciated by consumers who consider the sweetness of other types of honey a bit cloying.
Honey produced in Piedmont, Lombardy, Veneto and Tuscany. Amber color with reddish tones, pungent aroma, very quaint. Strong flavor, slightly bitter. It crystallizes very slowly.
Pairing: Excellent in combination with aged cheeses such as pecorino, caprini, grana padano and castelmagno, or with medium-aged cheeses such as raschera, taleggio and tome. Also very suitable with ricotta.
Tasting: Strong and bitter
Color: Dark amber
Brezzo honeys come from wild flowers and trees growing in unpolluted areas. Honey is then extracted by means of centrifugation. The following filtering, decanting and jar filling operations are important steps of the production cycle which is carried out naturally without resorting to thermal treatment.
Ingredients: Italian Chestnut Honey
Product of Italy