Notes: Mint, Citrus, Prune
Hédène linden honey comes from linden flowers with menthol overtones. Like acacia honey, it has an aromatic fineness that perfectly dissolves into drinks and mouth.
It has a unique aroma, minty sweetness without sourness.
The linden’s blossoming period is unpredictable. It generally happens from mid-May to July, then the honey is harvested in July.
Eucalyptus nectar has a soothing effect , especially for soothing throat and bronchial discomfort.
Picardy (French: Picardie) is a flatland, with an altitude below 1,000 feet (300 metres), located at northern part of Paris Basin. Proximity to Paris in the south, it gives rise to agricultural and industrial prosperity. The region has an unrivalled stretches of coastline in France, next to the English Channel, with beautiful plains, forests and rivers. It is also a historic region regarded as the birthplace of Gothic architecture, with six most typical Gothic cathedrals, and the battlefield of the bloodiest Battle of the Somme in World War One.
Picardy is not a very well-known wine region but it has a long history of viticulture and winemaking.
“Champagne” is a appellation that very strict criteria in French wine applies.
One of its administrative region, Aisne, produces almost 15% of the country’s Champagne which has been permitted by a law since the year 1936.
Besides, the Hypocras, a red wine with ingredients including honey and cinnamon, the Saugette, a white wine with honey, and the Claret, a white dessert wine with cinnamon are all symbolic medieval wines in the region.
Recommended Cheese Pairings
Well-matured mouldy rind cheese
· Brie de Meaux
· Brie de Melun
· Camembert de Normandie
Recommended Food Pairings
· Mint Tea
· Green Lemon
Ingredients: 100% French Linden Honey
Country of origin: France