Garrigues honey

Garrigues honey

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This honey has a strong but warm start in the mouth which develops flavours of cooked fruits and spices which linger on the tongue.

This polyfloral honey has a beautiful amber colour. When its cristals form, they can be more or less fine depending on the harvest.

Harvested in France in the "Garrigues" (typical vegetation from the South of France) on the ochre land by the shores of the Lake of Salagou by the beekeeper Nicolas Peyré.

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Volume
  • Jar 125 g
  • Jar 400 g

Fabriqué en france

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"Melologie" of Garrigues Honey

  • Aroma : A strong but warm start in the mouth which develops flavours of cooked fruits and spices which linger on the tongue.
  • Texture : Polyfloral honey with a beautiful amber colour. When its cristals form, they can be more or less fine depending on the harvest.
  • Origin : France - Harvested in the "Garrigues" (typical vegetation from the South of France) on the ochre land by the shores of the Lake of Salagou by the beekeeper Nicolas Peyré.

A little culture

Garrigues honey is a polyfloral honey incorporating a wide variety of honey plants: Thyme, Rosemary, Savory, Asphodel, Lavender, Bramble and White Clover. Growing in an arid environment, these flowers are rarely abundant in nectar but have powerful aromas. From these plants comes the pronounced and warm taste of this honey which varies from harvest to harvest. The Lake of Salagou is an artificial lake (reservoir) created in the 60s near Montpellier in the South of France. Its typical red soil forms a hilly landscape and is a must-see tourist destination in the Hérault region.

Garrigues honey

Origin : France - Harvested in the ''Garrigues'' (typical vegetation from the South of France) on the ochre land by the shores of the Lake of Salagou by the beekeeper Nicolas Peyré.

It can be spread on a slice of rye or wholemeal bread, with or without butter (we love it with salted butter).

It can be added to morning tea or simply with a yogurt.

In the kitchen it can be used to soften your meals and salad dressings - it is all about taste and desire!

  • Glass jar : Recyclable - To be placed in the glass sorting bin after separating it from the aluminium lid.
  • Aluminium lid : Recyclable - To be put in the yellow bin after separating it from the container.
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