Wild Lavender Honey
French Lavender Honey comes from the wild, lavandula stoechas found in the coastal Pyrenees. The production of French Lavender Honey is limited to southern France. It’s a rare honey that deserves to be more widely known. Like its cousin, Common or English Lavender Honey, the flavours are strong and remarkable
. Appearance : At the time of harvest, the colour is amber and becomes a clear brown with crystallisation. The fine granules give it a smooth consistency.
. Smell : The attractive aromatic smell hints of wood.
. Taste : French Lavender Honey has a warm inviting taste. Depending on the season, it can be liquid, solid, or creamy.
According to tradition, French Lavender Honey is a sleep aid and helps to ward off headaches.
Maritime Lavender is a wild lavender lavendula stoechas also known as Butterfly Lavender for the small butterfly-like wings found at the end of the corolla. In some regions of France, it’s also known as Topped Lavender.
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