Polyfloral honeys

Api Selvatica produces polyfloral honeys on the mountains and hills of Modena thanks to the spring and summer blooms.

Among the spring melliferous blooms there are dandelion, wild plum, cherry, hawthorn, acacia.

Among the summer melliferous ones there are the lime tree, the tree of heaven, alfalfa, chestnut, bramble.

The flavor and aroma of the polyfloral honey vary according to the place and harvest time, and depending on the flowers visited by bees.

The polyfloral honey is the sincere expression of the place from which it comes.

The polyfloral honeys produced in the summer spontaneously begins the crystallization process after a short time, the one produced in spring remains liquid a little longer.

The crystallization takes place between 5 ° C and 25 ° C, around 14 ° C occurs faster and is determined by the percentages of glucose and fructose present in honey, the higher is that of glucose the greater the speed of crystallization (the honey is 75% formed by monosaccharides glucose and fructose).

Honey can be stored in the freezer.

The light deteriorates faster the organoleptic characteristics.


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