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Honeydew Honey Miels D'Anicet

C$13.95

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Honeydew is a particular honey collected by bees in the forest. It has a more caramelized, less floral taste. It is soft with a golden-brown hue. Raw honey retains traces of pollen, propolis and beeswax as well as its original properties and aromas....Read more

Never filtered or heated, raw honey is excellent for your health, as it retains traces of pollen, propolis and beeswax as well as its original properties and aromas. Freshly harvested, it is in a liquid state, but it crystallizes quickly and smoothly due to the absence of heat in the extraction process.

Harvested at the end of July | Description of taste

Harvested at the end of July. Honeydew is a specific honey collected by bees in the forest. In times of flower scarcity or drought, the bees will turn to the forest to find sources of nectar. They will suck up the sugars exuded by aphids that are found on trees, mainly conifers, and transform these sugars into honey. Honeydew is therefore not composed of flower nectars, but of aphid exudate!

Honeydew is characterized by a more caramelized, less floral taste. It is soft with a lovely golden-brown hue.

*The color, taste and texture of honey may vary from one harvest year to another. The photo is for illustrative purposes only.

Organic honey certified by Québec Vrai

Aromas and accords

Taste | Soft and warm The honeydew reveals caramelized, malty and butterscotch notes. A real treat on buttered toast or to accompany roasted root vegetables.

EXPIRY

Honey keeps for a long time! We recommend that you consume it within 2 years of harvest. Like any food, honey is a food whose nutrients must be preserved. Here are the ideal conditions for optimal conservation.

BRUT / CREAM

Crystallized honey does not tolerate excessive temperatures (more than 25 degrees) which may cause the collapse of its crystalline structure (phase shift). It is therefore ideally necessary to keep them in a place where the temperature does not exceed 20 degrees.

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