Type: Linden single-flower honey

Production: Piedmont (Italy) - Val Pellice

Brand: Borgo Bianchi

Packaging: Glass jar

  • 250 g

  • 410 g

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Linden honey is harvested in the foothills of the Alps and it is a generally light-colored product that will gradually thicken until it reaches the solid consistency typical of crystallization which is an absolutely natural factor. which consists in the appearance of more or less fine sugar crystals and therefore in the consequent solidification of the honey. It occurs with the lowering of temperatures and in any case in a range between 5 ° C and 26 ° C.

The crystallization of a honey represents the most authentic expression of its "naturalness". In fact, it is the proven proof of its authenticity and the absence of industrial treatments that tend to alter its physical nature by ensuring that the honey always remains liquid to better meet the consumer's expectations. So if you do not like a solid honey, the advice is to move towards Acacia or Chestnut which, thanks to the prevalence of fructose over glucose, naturally maintain their liquid consistency.

Organoleptic characteristics

The color can vary from light amber to more intense amber but usually the characteristic color is yellow with green reflections. Once crystallization is achieved, the color will vary from ivory to beige.

Olfactory characteristics

The scent is very characteristic, fresh, balsamic, mentholated and recalls the herbal tea prepared with lime blossom

Taste characteristics

The taste of this honey is mildly astringent. The aroma is of medium intensity and is fresh, with hints of metol and camphor, fresh walnut and medicinal herbs.

The aftertaste is light and sometimes linked to the accompanying flora, in any case it must never be bitter with tannic nuances because otherwise we will be faced with a very common mixed chestnut and lime honey since the blooms are often concomitant but which would be among the polyfloral honeys, the so-called millefiori.

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