In real boxwood and 100% natural, this Hédène wooden honey spoon is the perfect tool to savor France Hédène honey to the last drop.
Its striated head specially designed to retain honey allows you to not lose a drop and enjoy the maximum pleasure.
Its simple and playful use allows it to accompany each of your gourmet moments.
To use it, it's easy: just insert the streaked head of the honey spoon into the nectar Hedène and rotate it with the handle so as not to put a drop next to it. Remove the spoon and enjoy your honey.
Composition: boxwood 100% natural
Made in Sweden
The sweetness of rosemary honey is reminiscent of subtle and delicate acacia honey. The honey of France Hédène rosemary is distinguished by perfectly balanced vegetable notes. It can be enjoyed raw with a spoon or spread on toast of hot bread, just like for heather honey, whose texture is reminiscent of jelly jam.
The honey of Hédène rosemary is harvested in France (within the Natural Park of Narbonnaise) in the spring. It has a slightly vegetal scent and a very pleasant flavor. With a creamy texture, with a very slight grain crystallized in the mouth, it is distinguished by its very light color and harmonious taste. More floral than Hédène acacia honey, it remains sweet on the palate with vegetal notes, fresh and slightly acidic.
Flowering begins in December and continues until the end of April. The harvest is done in May.
TASTING TIPS - BREAKFAST IN SOFTNESS
France Hédène rosemary honey can be used at breakfast, on a hot brioche or on toast. Thanks to its creamy texture, it spreads and melts delicately on crusty bread. It is a good substitute for jam and it will also go very well with a glass of warm milk, replacing sugar. This exceptional French honey is perfect for a healthy breakfast full of vitality.
Rosemary honey is rich in trace elements and highly recommended for people with digestive insufficiencies. It has anti-migraine properties. It is also used in cosmetics for its incomparable softness and its benefits on the skin.
The chestnut honey from France Hédène combines therapeutic properties and benefits for a successful honeymoon. It is a good health honey - like all hedene honeys - that will appeal to full-bodied honey lovers.
Harvested in France, in the Cévennes National Park, Hédène chestnut honey surprises with its intensity. With its woody taste and copper-brown highlights, it will delight gourmets in search of a raw product and character. Of liquid texture, it surprises by its aromatic power and it has a very slight bitterness at the end of the mouth. Its woody and warm flavors evoke grilled caramel. It is a full-bodied, strong and persistent honey, long in the mouth with a very subtle bitterness.
Chestnut trees bloom from mid-June to the end of August and the harvest takes place from early August to mid-September.
TASTING TIPS - HONEY TREATMENT
Hédène chestnut honey combines therapeutic properties and benefits for a successful honey cure. It is a healthy honey (like all the honeys in the Hédène range) which will appeal to lovers of full-bodied honey. It can be used in detox drinks, herbal teas, in yogurt or even on cheese. Thus, we can enjoy this monofloral honey at different tasting times during the day. It is therefore particularly suitable for people who wish to do a honey cure.
Chestnut honey promotes blood circulation. It is also excellent for healing wounds.
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