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Mieli Thun Acacia Honey 250 gr

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Why it’s so delicious?

Acacia Honey by Mieli Thun has a very light, almost transparent, straw yellow color. It is characterized by very delicate olfactory hints of sugared almonds and vanilla. Its taste is very sweet with a fresh sweet almond aftertaste. Acacia is by far the richest in fructose and the sweetest of honeys. Ideal in combination with goat cheeses, Pecorino and all the aged cheeses. In the kitchen it is useful for syruping or candying fruit and its always liquid state makes it ideal in fruit salads, also to limit fruits oxidation, or for polishing pies and fruit cakes in general.

We specify that the information about density and colour of honey described in this page could be subjected to changes according to the period of the year.

manifesto of futurist honeys
each place produces honey with specific physical and organoleptic characteristics inherent to the area and the moment of production. they are snapshots taken on the territories, detailed images of woods, mountains and cultivated land.

despite being from bees, honeys are a vegetable product, they are the most precious fruit of plants and reveal the scent of the flower of origin.

no transformation is necessary to consume and preserve the honey. its nature allows it to be consumed raw, without the addition of ingredients or heat treatments, in its most complete virginity.

minerals, enzymes, bioavailability, ethnopharmacopoeia, are words that are naturally associated with the uses of honey and their properties. they are nectar, they are vegetable and they are the quintessence of the plants from which they originate.

bee rhymes with life. it unequivocally signals the health of an environment, fertilizes the flowers of most angiosperm species, guaranteeing their biodiversity. bees are by their nature the link between the human world and that of insects, they are often the only voice that is too little listened to.

nothing is added and nothing is taken away from the honey. here is where its essentiality lies. often the most difficult test is the exercise of humility, understanding our limits and allowing the magical balance between the plant and animal world to take their natural course.

it has the magical sugary composition of fruit. the richness of twenty-three types of different sugars distinguish it from other monotonous sweeteners. the sweetness of honey hosts above all aromas, perfumes, textures, colours, behaviors and nuances which are in harmony with the lightness of modern cuisine.

beekeeping, a craft born at the dawn of civilization, continues to respond to the cycles of nature, its cadence and the repetition of the seasons and climatic phenomena. this identifies it and makes it unrepeatable, manual, limited to the community and the human dimension.

honey is not always found: its nature makes it unobtainable outside its natural production period and from one year to the next. it is often held by small producers who make home use a priority.

beekeeping is by definition bound, it cannot disregard manual skills, which is why it is difficult to reduce to an industrial process.
the amount of honey is only what each area can offer, not a drop more can be extracted without mother nature allowing it. limited and seasonal, reduced production areas, concomitant flowerings and meteorological inclement weather are practically insurmountable limits to production. anarchic, the production of honey escapes the rules of the economy, the supreme lesson of cyclicality and patience.

the mystery of the bee has fueled the myth of honey, testimonies live in the pyramids of egypt, in the ten thousand years of the prehistoric cave paintings of the cave of the spider in valencia and in many other examples. the presence of honey and the bee unites all cultures, religions and societies. the industriousness of the worker bee, the social evolution of the community, the communication skills, the virginity of the worker bee, are just some of the traits that have always bewitched man.

to understand bees and their complexity, it is necessary to have an overview of life on our planet. by transforming ourselves into a bee among bees, we can read all the interactions. when we associate cheese and honey, few know that the real relationship is not in the dish but in the pasture of the animals, always conditioned by the pollinating action of the bee, by the selective feeding of the herbivores and by their fertilizing action on the land.

no economic activity has more interests in environmental protection than beekeeping. forest fires, floods, avalanches, anthropisation of natural spaces, industrial activities and chemistry in agriculture are concerns of beekeepers, ready sentinels of the health of the planet and messengers of environmental culture, often they are via and translators of the buzz of bees, audible voice of the insect world all.

the relationship between beekeeper and bees is not bloody. beekeeping is one of the very rare human activities where the products of an animal are eaten or used but not eaten. it is rather a form of symbiotic relationship where man develops a relationship of mutual help with bees; he defends them against aggressions, diseases, protects them from the cold, moves them on abundant blooms. they reciprocate with many products, honey, pollen, wax, royal jelly and with the gift of pollination.

maternal and seductive
over time honey has had the allure of a maternal and sensual product, the pacifier with honey to stop a cry and then pages of books dedicated to

Origin: Trentino
Alto Adige
Organic Artisan

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