This honey is produced from the nectar of a very familiar and famous plant, sage, also known as Salvia Officinalis that comes from the Latin word salvere which means “to save”. Sage honey starts with a crisp, delicate flavor and finishes with a hint of floral aftertaste. It is unique, as it crystallizes slower than other raw honeys and most chefs prefer this type of honey as it sweetens dishes without imparting much honey flavor. It is collected in April.
EU pallet: 9 x 275gr (per case) / 240 cases / 2160 jars