Acacia Honey the Alps 1 kg. - Apiary Taschler Edi
The acacia trees start to blossom at the beginning of May and deliver the first important honey production in the bee's year. The acacia honey remains thanks to his high fructose portion a long time liquid. He has a very delicate fruity aroma, and is suited, therefore just out as a sugar substitute.
Forest honey, a very dark honey. He has a full spicy taste, very richly in ingredients, hence, also sportsman's honey. Remains very long liquid.
The complex aroma of wood honeydrew, is accentuated turn to medium-textured cheese, dry cheese, not too fat, but also goes well with boiled meats in warm milk brings out the malty component.
Chestnut honey has a reddish-brown colour, can crystallise with the time. It is the opposite of the acacia honey. It has a very strong, aromatic, slightly harsh aroma. It is rumoured that is has therapeutic effects on sore throat, pairs off very well with cheese. Some swear it exists nothing better for sugaring the coffee than chestnut honey, he should strengthen the aroma.
Alpine rose honey, the king under the honey. the colour almost milk white, a very tender, well-balanced aroma, freshly, fruity, reminds slightly of beeswax. He is produced above 1500 m of sea level. Because this honey crystallises relatively fast, he is stirred well creamy.