Six jars of honey, each 500g.
The hills of the Langhe and Roero were once covered in chestnut woods.
Today, these majestic trees are not as numerous, but their presence can still be felt. They have white flower blossoms that grow in clusters, and are drained by bees in the spring with the honey being collected in June. It is dark amber in colour with an intense aromatic profile. The taste is full and sweet with a slightly bitter aftertaste. It is perfect with aged cheeses or used as a flavouring in a chestnut cake. Or simply enjoy it on a slice of buttered toast.