a bright yellow honey with brilliant orange highlights. to the nose it brings aromas of toasted nuts and apricot jam. in the mouth there is an evident taste of drupes, particularly almonds and prunes. the palate is enveloped by the opulence and toffee tones. the finale is almost pungent with benzaldehyde, the typical aroma of the drupacee. - View our blog as well
excellent with cream cheese, sweet aged cheese and mountain cheeses.
in the kitchen
in a sauce with sour yogurt, to top a caponata, to glaze a chicken with almonds. in desserts, it’s perfect for the torta sbrisolona, or in the cream of mascarpone with chestnut pollen and peeled almonds.