Milleflower honey is among the most common and widespread honeys. It is produced by the nectar of several species of flowers, as it says the name is multi-floeal. The consistency is more or less fluid or crystallized depending on the flowers most present in the territory. It has an amber color, smell and taste change depending on the blooms collected.
- Combinations: Great for breakfast with bread and butter or is used to accompany alpine cheeses.
- Property: restorative, calming nerve centers and useful against arthritis.
- 500-gram box