Organic honey

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  • Country Origin: Italy
IMAGE 1 - Organic Italian acacia honey Alce Nero organic acacia honey features a light colour, a floral aroma with hints of vanilla and an overall delicate taste. Harvesting takes place between May and June in the regions of Tuscany, Piedmont, Emilia-Romagna and Lombardy. After the honey is extracted by mechanical centrifugation, it is left to decant, then filtered and packaged without ever undergoing heat treatments for its preservation. Acacia honey is perfect for sweetening herbal teas and infusions, fruit, yoghurt or milk. ( 700 g) / IMAGE 2 - Organic Italian wildflower honey The colour of Alce Nero organic wildflower honey varies on the spectrum between light yellow and beige, with dark hints. Its aroma is intense, while the flavour it offers is sweet and lingering. Harvesting takes place between June and September in the Tuscany, Piedmont, Basilicata, Marche and Emilia-Romagna regions. After the honey is extracted by mechanical centrifugation, it is left to decant, then packaged without ever undergoing heat treatments for its preservation. Wildflower honey is versatile and can be just as easily added to hot drinks as spread over bread. ( 300 g) / IMAGE 3 - Organic Italian acacia honey Alce Nero organic acacia honey features a light colour, a floral aroma with hints of vanilla and an overall delicate taste. Harvesting takes place between May and June in the regions of Tuscany, Piedmont, Emilia-Romagna and Lombardy. After the honey is extracted by mechanical centrifugation, it is left to decant, then filtered and packaged without ever undergoing heat treatments for its preservation. Acacia honey is perfect for sweetening herbal teas and infusions, fruit, yoghurt or milk. ( 300 g) / IMAGE 4 - Organic Italian wildflower honey The colour of Alce Nero organic wildflower honey varies on the spectrum between light yellow and beige, with dark hints. Its aroma is intense, while the flavour it offers is sweet and lingering. Harvesting takes place between June and September in the Tuscany, Piedmont, Basilicata, Marche and Emilia-Romagna regions. After the honey is extracted by mechanical centrifugation, it is left to decant, then packaged without ever undergoing heat treatments for its preservation. Wildflower honey is versatile and can be just as easily added to hot drinks as spread over bread. (500 g) / IMAGE 5 - Organic Italian orange blossom honey Alce Nero organic orange blossom honey features a distinctive light colour, fruity aroma and citrus flavour. Harvesting takes place in the Sicily, Calabria and Basilicata regions between April and May, depending on the flowering stage. Excellent in sweet recipes and paired with cheeses, after it is extracted by mechanical centrifugation, it is left to decant, then packaged without ever undergoing heat treatments for its preservation. ( 300 g) / IMAGE 6 - Organic Italian chestnut honey Alce Nero organic chestnut honey features a runny consistency, a reddish colour and a sharp aroma. Harvesting mainly takes place within the regions of Tuscany, Piedmont, Liguria, Basilicata and Emilia-Romagna between June and July. After the honey is extracted by mechanical centrifugation, it is left to decant, then filtered and packaged without ever undergoing heat treatments for its preservation. Chestnut honey is perfect for people that adore intense flavours. Pair it with meat or mature cheeses. ( 300 g) / IMAGE 7 - Organic Italian acacia honey with dispenser Alce Nero acacia honey features a light colour, a floral aroma with hints of vanilla, and a delicate taste. Harvesting happens between May and June in the Tuscany, Piedmont, Emilia-Romagna and Lombardy regions, depending on availability. After the honey is extracted by mechanical centrifugation, it’s left to decant, then filtered and packaged without ever undergoing heat treatments for its preservation. It is perfect for sweetening herbal teas and infusions, fruit, yoghurt or milk. ( 250 g) / IMAGE 8 - Organic Italian acacia honey - 32 sachets Alce Nero acacia honey features a light colour, a floral aroma with hints of vanilla, and a delicate taste. Harvesting happens between May and June in the Tuscany, Piedmont, Emilia-Romagna and Lombardy regions, depending on availability. After the honey is extracted by mechanical centrifugation, it’s left to decant, then filtered and packaged without ever undergoing heat treatments for its preservation. It is perfect for sweetening herbal teas and infusions, fruit, yoghurt or milk. ( 192 g) / IMAGE 9 - Organic Italian forest honey Alce Nero organic forest honey features an amber red tone and an intense aroma. Harvesting takes place between August and September in the regions of Piedmont, Emilia-Romagna and Lombardy. After the honey is extracted by mechanical centrifugation, it is left to decant, then filtered and packaged without ever undergoing heat treatments for its preservation. Forest honey is perfect paired with fresh cheeses, such as ricotta or mascarpone. ( 300 g) / IMAGE 10 - Organic fresh royal jelly Royal jelly is a veritable treasure trove of substances, not to mention the exclusive food of the queen bee. It’s made up of a water base (around 66%) and a series of fats, carbohydrates and proteins. Royal jelly is used as a food supplement and is traditionally used to support the immune system, especially during the changes of the seasons, due to the fact that it is extremely nourishing. ( 6 g) / IMAGE 11 - Organic wildflower pollen Pollen is a powder found in flowers, which features nuances of colour that range between yellow and black. It’s the most balanced product found in the beehive in terms of its component parts, not to mention rich in useful substances. Bee pollen can be eaten on its own or added to yoghurt, fruit juices, milk or room-temperature water. It can also be used in original culinary pairings thanks to its floral aroma. (110 g)