Chestnut honey is produced in the Apennine areas and in the Alps both at low and higher altitudes and represents one of the main unifloral productions present in Italy. It is harvested between the end of June and mid-July and is strongly characterized by its aroma and composition rich in mineral salts. From the chestnut flowers derives a very dark honey, with a pungent smell and a persistent bitter aftertaste.

Weight 0.8 kg

400 g


Product made with alternative energy obtained from a photovoltaic system

Energy and nutritional values averages for 100g

Energy 290 Kcal / 1230 kj

Fat <0,1g

of which saturates <0,1g

Carbohydrate 72,4g

of which sugars 72,4g

Protein 0,1g

Salt 0,1g