The apple honey of Mieli Thun is a very complex-tasting honey from a niche production.
When you open the jar you will notice a predominant apple-cider scent.
Tasting it will immediately be love, its flavour is reminiscent of baked rennet apples, very pleasant and tasty
The asphodel of Thun Honeys is one of the sweetest of their entire production.
It is a honey with a very delicate and pleasant scent of citrus and almond blossom with subtle notes of lychee.
Because of its sweetness it is a very refreshing honey, and when you taste it you can enjoy a very pleasant hint of ripe pears.
Thun Acacia Honeys releases a pleasantly sweet scent of white spring flowers with notes of sugared almond and nuances of bourbon vanilla.
On tasting, it is sweet and silky, and its aftertaste confirms all the characteristics of the olfactory sensations, revealing a fresh vanilla note.
By far the most fructose-rich and sweetest honey.
Mieli Thun of forest offers a strong, penetrating aroma of apricot compote, ripe fig, black spices, with a liquorice finish.
On tasting, there are faint notes of rhubarb with an aftertaste of brown sugar.
By far the richest in minerals, up to 1.5 %, mostly potassium.
Generally this honey crystallises slowly
Thun chestnut honeys release the scents of dried chamomile embraced by tannic hints.
The palate reveals a bitterish flavour with notes of wood, tobacco and cocoa bean.
Although floral in origin, it has similar characteristics to honeydew honeys.
It generally crystallises slowly
Mieli Thun of fir has a particular characteristic: The scent of honey is identical to that of the tree in full bloom mixed with resin.
The taste is refreshing, with hints of menthol, sage and lime.
It has a strong aromaticity balanced in the finish between citrus and slightly bitter.
Linden honey owes its scent to the complexity of 100 different volatile aromatic substances.
Best Before: 23-12-23
Thun Rhododendron Honeys is a real gem as fragrant and delicate as a rose on the nose with hints of white flowers and snow with slight notes of alpine herbs.
On the palate it tastes sweet and lovely with hints of vanilla and rose tea.
Sometimes, depending on when the bee takes the pollen, it may have delicate hints of thyme due to the flowering period of the shrub.
Thun Rhododendron honey is only produced with 100% pure single variety flowers in the Alps in Val di Non
Mieli Thun of spruce releases an intense aroma of resin, barley, candied citrus peel and subtle smoky notes.
Tasting it is of medium sweetness with distinct notes of malt and caramel, with a clear hint of roasted barley.
Colour with dark green highlights, it crystallises very slowly and eventually only in the presence of larch honeydew
Mieli Thun’s Milfeiori is defined as the Prince of the complexity and plurality of honeys.
Millefiori honeys are the offspring of infinite combinations of nectars whose colours, fragrances and aromas make one dream of their places of origin.
There are truly honeys for all tastes, the Thun one has a sweet and delicate flavour with vanilla and sugary hints.
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