Tuscan ivy honey is one of the most difficult to produce due to its high speed in crystallization and the high percentage of water it naturally contains. Our honey was therefore slightly dehydrated in order to preserve its peculiar organoleptic characteristics if stored with high humidity in a few weeks, fermentation processes would trigger which would irreparably damage its characteristics. It presents with a fine, homogeneous and consistent crystallization. Light in color, it emanates a slight fragrance of green, grass, pleasantly confirmed also in the mouth. It is suggested to taste the ivy honey as it is without heating it to soften it. Ledera is an evergreen, lianiform and climbing plant very common in the woods and shady uncultivated areas of Tuscany. It can grow creeping or clinging, reaching considerable heights of 20-25 m with this system. It is frequently found clinging to the walls of old abandoned ruins. Flowering occurs from about mid-September, and is very popular with bees. The fruits, small black berries, are an excellent food reserve for birds in winter.nvernale.
SIZE: 250 grams.
PROVENANCE: Between Florence and Siena, on the hills that descend gently from the ancient Romanesque church of Santo Stefano to Campoli towards the villages of Mercatale in Val di Pesa and Montefiridofi 300 m above sea level. ).
RECOMMENDED COMBINATIONS: Ideal in the classic breakfast on rusks. Those who play sports consume honey. In fact, before, during and after a competition, it strengthens the muscles, increases endurance and promotes recovery. It is particularly indicated in the diet for children, in fact, unlike sugar, it favors the fixation of mineral salts; excellent to combine withcheeses.