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La Nonna's Rosemary Honey - 8.5oz.

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La Nonna's Rosemary Honey - 8.5oz.

Post  thum on Wed Nov 05, 2008 3:30 pm

La Nonna's Rosemary Honey - 8.5oz.



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  • Amazon Sales Rank: #12207 in Gourmet Food
  • Brand: La Nonna

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  • Exclusively from the blossoms of the rosemary bush
  • his honey is a little more robust, with just a touch of the heady, cedar-y fragrance of the herb.
  • Wonderful in coffee or spread on raisin toast
  • Product of Italy
  • Produced in Trapani, Sicily

La Nonna's Rosemary Honey - 8.5oz. Description


Honey is an incredibly romantic, nearly magical product of nature, particularly if the beekeeper is an old Sicilian gentleman named Salvatore Vultaggio. When he was a child his father taught him the art of collecting honey and how to talk softly to the bees while working. This seems to keep the bees calmer while he is in their midst. La Nonna's honey is extracted with a centrifuge, rather than heat, which is the way common supermarket honeys are extracted. Heat extraction is quicker and less expensive and makes the honey smooth and clear, but it also destroys some of the delicate and distinctive flavors, as well as the beneficial amino acids and enzymes. Raw, virgin honey like La Nonna will naturally crystallize over time. Exclusively from the blossoms of the rosemary bush, this honey is a little more robust, with just a touch of the heady, cedar-y fragrance of the herb. Wonderful in coffee or spread on raisin toast, you might also consider using it to glaze roasted almonds, or even a ham.
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