Chambord forest honey
Chambord forest honey is certified as being produced from colonies of black bees from Sologne, in the apiary of the Domaine National de Chambord. The château has not welcomed many queens in the last 500 years. However, ever since the foundation stone was laid, it is indeed the queen bee and her subjects who still provide us today with the secret nectar of kings.
Gourmet and from local beekeeping, this honey seduces by its sweetness and quality. Forest honeys are characterised by their darker colour than Acacia honey, which is almost brown. Oak honeydew at Chambord is rich in trace elements and helps to regulate the nervous system while promoting sleep. This sweet, golden jar is a precious, natural gift that satisfies the desires of the most curious and greedy.
HONEY FROM CHAMBORD
This honey is certified produced from colonies of black bees from Sologne, in the apiary of the Domaine national de Chambord. June harvest: thick honey with a dominant oak honeydew. The presence of lime tree honey can be felt at the end of the mouth. Its astringency would make it accompany nuts and game.
August harvest : the oak honeydew is always present and is supported by a touch of heather honey. Astringent and slightly flowery, it remains a honey of marked character which accompanies cooked fruits and flavors of coffee, cinnamon or caramel.
Origin : Bees of the Domaine national de Chambord, France