|This honey was the ancient Greeks’ favorite. In varying shades of amber and beige or hazelnut, if crystallized it offers an intense aroma of magnolia, aromatic herbs and graphite. Its taste is sweet and persistent, fresh and reminiscent of tropical fruits, dates and white pepper. Crystallizes spontaneously in a short time into medium or fine grains. Produced between the second half of June and the first half of July.
This honey is amazing addition to fish or seafood marinade, or risotto when whisked together with oil in meat or fish broth. can be used for frosting the Palermitan pignoccata.