Harvested from the sweet chestnut trees in the forests of Dordogne "C'est exquis".
The taste: A unique honey, not too sweet with an almost bitter, strong aromatic aftertaste. Very popular by those who like a strong honey with a difference.
Can be dark in colour, ranging from yellowish brown to almost black, it has an aromatic, pungent herbal aroma and taste. It is rich in pollen content, mineral salts and tannin. Excellent with aged cheeses like Stracchino or Ricotta or even the Tuscan way; drizzled over a piece of Pecorino Toscano with fresh pears.
Two jars, "because one is never enough".
100% natural and unprocessed.
About the Producer
Happy bees make the best honey! Here at the National award winning Travelling Bee Company, our mission is to supply you with the highest quality honey- and that's what we do. Our unique and completely natural honeys are all 100% raw, unprocessed and look and taste magnificent. Thanks to our loved and cared-for bees, we extract only the honey they can spare- a natural beekeeping practice that involves hand spinning the honey out of its comb. Filtering and pouring our honey into jars ,ensuring the natural beauty and taste our honeys are renowned for.
We source and produce our gorgeous natural, unprocessed honey from bee hives across the North East of England, Northumberland and by the shores of the Kyles of Bute, Argyll, Scotland.