Produced in May in the very heart of Val di Non, where innumerable apple trees bloom, its color is light-brown with fresh cut greens reflection. The first note is the smell of apple cider followed by a hint of baked rennet apple. The taste is incredibly kind, and further to the fragrance unfolds a flavor of apple blossoms and fruits with notes of artichoke stew.
This honey is amazing for tanning pork roast, in a salad dressing with wild herbs. When combined with horseradish, sesame, mustard and boiled egg cream is great to accompany asparagus.