The dandelion honey helps to purify the liver and keep it healthy. It is useful for gallbladder and inappetence. It has a very intense taste which reminds chamomile and essential oils. It is good with strong taste cheeses like Pecorino and Monteveronese AOP.
The fir honeydew honey is a great ally against respiratory deseases like bronchitis and asthma. It is an excellent food supplement against stress and overtiredness. It can also be used externally on dermatitis.
The lavender honey has great antibacterial properties and it can be used also for external use, as skin revitalizing on burns and sores. Excellent against insomnia.
Coriander Honey shows a light hazelnut colour and it is widely appreciated because it remains liquid for a long time, sometimes even without completing the crystallization process.
Cherry Tree honey is a natural adjuvant for intestinal functions and has excellent diuretic properties.
The Honeydew Honey is produced in July and August and it is a liquid, very dense and viscous honey. The colour is dark, almost black, at the limits of the honeys’ colour palette. The odour is medium intense but very sharp and spicy
Linden Honey is produced between June and July from selvatic Linden plants’ flowers. It appears at a semi-liquid state and its colour changes from light yellow to amber. The perfume is strong, with scents of mint which recalls the original flower.
The Borage Honey is a natural adjuvant in calming nervousness, it has sedating and purifying properties which make it perfect as sweetener for tea in the evening.
This High Mountain Honey is a very refined honey produced in June and July in Alpes blooming meadows. It is the richest expression of the permanence of bees at high altitudes during summer.