Hedene Rosemary Honey
ROSEMARY HONEY FROM LANGUEDOC
>Creamy and sweet
>Fresh, green, and floral overtones
The sweetness of rosemary honey is subtle and refined. Rosemary honey has well-balanced green overtones. It can be tasted raw or spread on toasts.
Hédène rosemary honey is harvested in Languedoc in the Narbonne natural reserve. It has a green scent and a very nice flavor. With its creamy texture and a light crystallized grain, it is distinguished by a very light color and a harmonious taste. More floral than acacia honey, it remains sweet with fresh overtones, delicately acidulous.
Blossoming starts in December and goes on until late April. Harvest happens during May.
This exceptional French rosemary honey is perfect for breakfast - on hot brioche, toasts, oatmeal or fruit. Thanks to its creamy texture, it spreads and melts softly on crusty bread. It can replace jam. It also matches with a glass of lukewarm milk, as a substitute for sugar.
CHEESE PAIRING NOTES: The semi-mature crottin de Chavignol has woody aromas sweetened by rosemary honey in a refined and melty match. Almost campheric, the honey’s freshness contrasts with the cheese’s unctuous density and enhances its goat overtones. Regarding the textures, harmony is undeniable as both products are creamy.
You can try on a variety of cheeses including nutty or sheep's milk varieties.