Hédène lavender honey has embodies subtle lavender note. With lightly fruity flavours. It dissolves softly in the mouth.
Connoisseurs might feel sweet and delicate almond aftertaste.
Creating a refreshing sweetness and then leaving a delicate almond aftertaste.
Is a good anti-inflammatory and antiseptic. It can also cure infections and significant inflammations.
"Lavender is the soul of Provence," says Jean Giono, one the best known French novelist from 1920s to 1960s. What comes to your mind would probably be baronial lavender fields as well when it comes to Provence. Truly, here is where our Hédène Lavender Honey comes from.
Luberon (or Lubéron) is a massif in central part of Provence in Southern Franc where one could enjoy the view from Alps and Mediterranean Sea. It is famous for its spectacular countryside of the protected Luberon Regional Natural Park by UNESCO, along with lavender fields, vineyards and orchards, and a number of hill-top villages.
In 1989, A Year in Provence published in 1989 by Peter Mayle, a well-known British author, has nudged tourism in this area. Each hill town has distinct character but subtle differences in the colours of shutters, the pattern of stones, the way that the flowers are planted and etc., which await every tourist to explore and find out.
The wine produced in this region earns a mountain appellation called “Luberon AOC.”AOC is the highest ranking in French wine. The vineyards are located at an altitude of between 200 and 450 meters. The variations in daily temperature in the mountainous landscape contributes to the sharp strong taste of the red wine in this region.
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Ingredients: 100% French Lavender Honey
Country of origin: France