Chestnut Honey 150g Honey

...a very particular taste. Tanins, which are largely present in chestnuts, characterize the intense taste with a hint of bitterness that goes wonderfully with the sweetness of honey.

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100% miele Italiano raccolto in Valle Varaita - Piemonte
Origine: Piemonte


Consiglio: per gustare il miele è consigliabile, per chi lo usasse come dolcificante nel latte o in altre bevande, di non aggiungerlo mai quando queste sono bollenti, ma solo e sempre quando sono bevibili, poiché una temperatura troppo alta sottrae al miele gran parte delle sue proprietà. Conservare il miele è molto semplice. È sufficiente riporlo in un luogo fresco, lontano dalla luce diretta del sole, in un contenitore ben chiuso. Non è necessario tenerlo in frigorifero perché è più semplice da utilizzare a temperatura ambiente.

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Chestnut honey has a very particular taste. The abundant chestnut tanins, characterize the intense taste with a hint of bitterness that goes wonderfully with the sweetness of honey. The taste is decisive, stong, aromatic and persistent. One of its main characteristics is that is does not crystallize, or it does very slowly in irregular ways. Chestnut honey is amber in color, it can be more or less dark and even have some red shades, it can change from golden amber to almost black. Also, its smell is strong and decisive, as its flavor.

How to eat

Only one small spoonful of chestnut honey Sfiziosità in a cup of hot milk will confirm a very particular taste, not like any other type of sweetner. Eat it on toast and you will reveal its nature, "the nectar of gods", as it was once called. Try tasting chestnut honey sfiziosita' on a piece of toasted bread with a thin layer of butter. For those who love refined tastes, try it with medium aged cheeses.


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