This kind of Multiflower honey is made in the Antrona valley, a place by the Lake Maggiore, famous for its uncontaminated nature. Its availability depends on the season and it’s very limited.
The Multiflower honey (“Millefiori honey”) comes from a variety of flowers, which reunite all the healthy properties from the different botanical species. The harvest period influences the color because the flora from which the bees take the nectar differs on a monthly basis.
Foodpairing: Ideal for breakfast with bread and butter or as an appetizer with some strong cheese and jams.
Millefiori honey has several different properties thanks to the presence of a lot of pollens coming from many different botanical species.