How to taste it

Types of Honey

Honeys are always different but with small constant characteristics. We strive to consistently produce the classics such as acacia, chestnut, and wildflower, but from year to year, there may be more unique productions like heather, sunflower, and honeydew. Follow us to discover which honeys each year has in store for us to harvest.

Conservare il miele nella cera d'api è differente rispetto a conservare il miele in vetro

Differences with honey in glass

Honey, just like oil and wine, comes into contact with light and air during the production processes, undergoing oxidation and losing its precious characteristics. This is the case with honey in glass. Our Miele in culla® jar, on the other hand, protects our harvests and, being in its natural environment, imparts more vitality, making it warmer and softer on the palate compared to the traditional glass preservation

Storage Tips

Miele in culla® does not need to be stored in the refrigerator and it is not afraid of summer. Standard storage is ideal, in cool and dry places.

Photos of tastings with Miele in culla®

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