Bienenhof chestnut honey 190g PLATTNER


(€28.42 / Kg)

VAT included

Its colour varies from nut-brown to amber and it smells of wood, its taste is bittersweet. This varietal honey is obtained from the nectar of the chestnut tree blossom.

Our popular Plattner Bienenhof chestnut honey is made from the nectar of the chestnut tree blossom and tastes slightly tart. It reminds of tannins and wood in the nose as
well as in the mouth. These flavours make it slightly less sweet and more liquid compared to others. Plattner Bienenhof Kastanien honey is a great accompaniment to
mature cheese, but also tastes great when enjoyed traditionally.

On average, our honey contains about 17-19% water, about 70% simple sugars (carbohydrates in the form of glucose and fructose), about 2.5% sucrose, about 0.1% other
sugars and about 8% other substances. These naturally occurring components are: Acids, lactones, mineral salts, proteins, amino acids, vitamins, colloids and aromatic

Honey, with about 300 kilocalories per 100 grams, is an energy-rich natural product, quickly digestible and well and rapidly absorbed by the body.

Honey is a living food!

It is even said to have some interesting positive properties on the human body: sedative (calming), antiseptic (germicidal), antianemic (increases red blood cells), diuretic
(increases water excretion), and many more.

The freshly harvested honey is liquid, but can crystallise over time. This process is quite natural and the crystallised honey can be liquefied again in a warm water bath (up
to 40° C).

Honey is not suitable for children or babies under 12 months.

Country of origin: Italy
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