Forest Honey

It is a liquid honey which may crystallize with time. It comes from the honeydew, a sweet sap abandoned under the form of drops by insects which extract it from plants.


With a sticky and sleek appearance, it is very deeply coloured, almost black, with a brown undertone. It has a very particular smell of plants, baked fruits and fig jam. The flavour reminds dry apricots and caramel. It is persistent in the mouth and it may be characterized by a salty and acid note.

Excellent with

It pairs well with sweet and non seasoned cheese. It is perfect for making pancakes or with infusions and black tea. If heated in bain-marie up to 40° it may be served as a dessert on top of fresh ricotta.