Add rare Tuscan honey to your cheese board for your next party or get-together and taste the unique characteristics of Tuscan wine country in these sweet and complex samples. One small producer, one gorgeous region, four distinctly divergent flavors from the diverse floral notes along the Mediterranean Coast, the delicate complexity of “Castentino” National Park, and the sophisticated dark nuances of the National Park of “Foreste Casentinesa.” These culinary treasures are in limited quantity.
Order as a set of 4 or 2/flavor.
Biobacche Toscane, Wildflower Honey - Produced along the Tuscan coast in the National Park of "Uccellina"-Grosetto. This offering comes from a mixture of different flower nectars. Due to its closeness to the Mediterranean sea and the richness of floral varieties this is truly a unique offering. There is no typical flavor profile as each blend is varied from others for its blend, proportions and production time frames.
The Wildflower honey of Maremma is yellow colored with orange tones. Sweet hints of vanilla, hay and caramel are showcased on the nose while on the palate the taste is fresh and sweet with a finishing hint of caramel.
Biobacche Toscane, Acacia Honey - From the "Casentino" National Park Forest in Arezzo. A light, golden-colored honey with a delicate floral scent. On the palate, hints of sweet almond wrapped within a pleasant spiciness.
Biobacche Toscane, Fir Honeydew Honey - A sophisticated, medium sweet honey from the National Park of "Foreste Casentinesi" in Arezzo. Honeydew is a sweet substance produced by small insects which feed on tree sap. The resulting secretion is rich in nutrients and mineral salts.
Biobacche Toscane, Chestnut Honey - From the National Park of "Foreste Casentinesi" in Arezzo. Dark in color with notes of chamomile and the countryside. Medium sweet with a light bitterness on the finish. Perfect for those looking for a honey with less sweetness and more complexity.