“Milleflori” (thousand flowers) is also often called wildflower honey. This is both the most common type of honey and also the rarest: made of nectars from flowers in a particular place at a particular time, it is essentially impossible to reproduce its unique color, aroma and flavors from year to year. Franca, however, takes her bees to similar places which have a predominant mix of flora that give a nectar of recognizable flavor that is very consistent year after year.
The perfect honey for every use. Very Tuscan: dark, thick, crystalized. Strong aromatic elements of chesnut, dry herbs and slightly woody. Long, complex and rich sweet finish.
Use as a table-top honey at the breakfast table, as well as in any recipe calling for honey.
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