The oak is the tree that houses the truffle. The bees are made from the honeydew of the oak, oak and other Quercus plants. It is an intense and delicate honey, which harmonizes with the truffle.

To take alone or in infusions. Delicious on a buttered toast or cream cheese. Rich in minerals, especially iron, and recommended in catarrhal states and gastrointestinal disorders as it is an astringent honey.



Ingredients: oak honey, summer truffle blades, Tuber aestivum and aroma.

Without preservatives or dyes. Gluten-free product.

Low and slow crystallization. If it crystallizes, slowly heat in a water bath or 20 seconds in the microwave to obtain liquid honey.

Commercial Presentation: GOURMET: glass jar of 250 g and smaller 140 g. HORECA: 1 kg glass jar.

Conservation: room temperature. Once the container is opened, close tightly.

Storage conditions: keep in a cool, dry, and ventilated place at room temperature. Protect from direct sunlight.

Estimated shelf life: 36 months from preparation.

Benefits, intolerances, and risk groups: target population: general population except allergy sufferers, diabetics, and children under 2 years of age. Take in moderation if you are overweight or obese.

Allergens; no allergen intolerance.

Does not contain GMOs.

Gastronomic recommendations: indicated in the preparation of all kinds of meat and poultry. In dressings and vinaigrettes. To mix with natural yogurt, curd, compotes, cheeses of all kinds, cakes, and sweets.

To take alone or sweeten infusions.

Delicious on butter toast or fresh, cured, or cream cheese.

Organoleptic characteristics:

Color: dark amber.

Aroma: floral with malted and roasted cereal with notes of truffle. Intense and persistent.

Flavor: strong and sweet with clear notes of truffle.

Texture: thick.

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