Honeydew honey comes from a sugary secretion produced by Metcalfa, an insect that feeds on plant sap, and is the only one to be produced by bees without the use of flower nectar.
This particular production, which is slowly dying out, gives the honey a dark amber color and a slightly viscous, almost liquid consistency. The odor is very intense, with smoky hints and the flavor is not very sweet.

Weight 0.8 kg

400 g