Organoleptic characteristics

Millefiori honey can be divided into two macro-categories according to the period of production: - Light Millefiori honey: lighter and more transparent, with a more delicate, sweet and less intense flavour. It tends to crystallise a few months after harvesting and is produced in the spring, up to June-July.

- dark wildflower honey: dark or amber, it has a stronger flavour, with a more or less bitter aftertaste. It is very reminiscent of honeydew and chestnut. It tends to have a creamier consistency and crystallises more slowly. It is produced in late summer.

Properties and benefits

Wildflower honey is rich in minerals and antioxidants. It is useful in the treatment of flu, helps to calm coughs and has antibacterial functions. It is a valuable source of energy, very useful in combating seasonal allergies. It is also useful for the intestine and digestive system. It is also an excellent ally of skin and hair. Thanks to its antioxidants, it can improve the appearance and tone of the skin, reduce inflammation and promote the healing process.       


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