Brezzo beekeeping wildflower honey contains an innumerable quantity of flowers that bloom simultaneously such as mint, clover, solidago, acacia, sweet clover and many others. It is in fact defined as millefiori as it cannot be classified as monofloral due to the union of several concurrent blooms.
Honey produced on the whole Italian territory. It encompasses many kinds of flowers: mint, clover, solidago, sweet clover, alfalfa, sunflower. The flavor is slightly aromatic, it has a colour from light to dark brown. It crystallizes very quickly.
Pairing: Particularly suitable for the preparation of desserts and puddings, or it goes well with meat and fish dishes in sauce
Tasting: It varies according to the collection area
Color: Different shades of 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 Wildflowers Honey
Product of Italy
I only eat raw honey. I usually get a very dark one but decided to try this one as my honey lady was not going to be around for a little while and I was almost out. Very mild taste. Pleasant but not as deep in flavor as I like. Would be good for those who like their honey on the milder side.