1 Oz. Argentina Honey for Cheese


Brought to you from the country of the sun, is our Argentina Honey!

To some, honey is just golden liquid. In Argentina, it may as well be liquid gold.  Argentina is known for being in the top 10 largest producers of honey in the world’s, only being surpassed in recent years by China. Argentina is known for producing a honey that offers good quality and has good beekeeping practices.

Argentine honey has an international market due to its multiflora origin and it is recognized around the world because of its fantastic quality. This multiflora honey has a reduced sugar content, making this honey a less sweet alternative but with a soft and pleasant taste and a light color.

Now try our full-flavored Argentina Honey in this convenient 1 oz jar for cheese.

Read on for more details about the origin, taste and pairings for this delicious cheese honey.

 

Region

Our Argentinian honey is from in the meadows of Santa Fe, Córdoba, Buenos Aires and La Pampa provinces, in the northeastern edge of the flat plain known as the Pampas, which occupies the agricultural heartland of Argentina

 

Tasting Notes

This Argentine honey is known for its rich and fruity flavor that is a very delightful honey that is mimics the United States Clover honey. This honey has a highly reduced sugar content and very low levels of sucrose as well, making this honey a less sweet but with a soft and pleasant taste and a light color. It mostly comes from multiflora, alfalfa, clover, thistle, lotus, among other wild flowers.

 

Pairs With

With a similar flavor pallet as our local clover honey, this multi-floral Argentinian honey works really well with fresh creamy cheeses like ricotta, goat cheese, or feta. Blue cheeses are another good choice—the mellow sweetness of the honey cuts the saltiness really well.

 

Did you know?

Argentina is known for being in the top 10 largest producers of honey in the world.



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