Lavender honey is a monofloral honey with floral and fruity flavors. It is sweeter than oak honey and it melts softly in the mouth, to the delight of epicures!
Harvested in France, Hédène lavender honey is the most scented one. Its creamy texture enhances exceptional floral overtones, enriched with subtle nuances of fresh fruits.
Its typical taste has a light acidity. Its woody, green and floral aromas have a lingering taste. Most refined palates might feel sweet almond overtones on the finish.
Flowering goes from mid-June to the beginning of August. Harvest happens from late July to early September.
TASTING ADVICE – COCOONING
If you are looking for a cocooning moment at home, Hédène lavender honey is ideal. With its creamy texture, its sweetness and its subtle floral overtones, it matches with hot beverages as herbal teas and hot milk, to fully enjoy a cozy break at home.
Size: 4.4 oz
Hédène is recognized in the gastronomy and French cheese spheres
Hédène, is the willingness to restore French honey’s nobility through a wide range of monofloral regional honeys with uncommon tastes, colors and textures. Noble and natural, Hédène French honeys bring to light the wonderfully rich floral heritage of France through a unique traditional know-how.Hédène offers exceptional French honeys with an incomparable refinement as apiaries are established in the most beautiful wildflowers parcels of France and honeys are cold extracted. Whether you enjoy them raw with a spoon or in a recipe, Hédène honeys will take your senses to an unforgettable journey. Thanks to its traceability and high quality process, the brand is appreciated by the greatest starred chefs and distributed in the most prestigious gourmet places in France and internationally.
With its multiple partnerships in the world of gastronomy, Hédène has an innovative process and shows honey is a proper ingredient. Just like spices or olive oil, it might brighten up your favorite dish. Symbol of French excellence, the aromatic finesse of every Hédène honey is suitable with any recipe.
Serge Vieira, an emblematic figure in the world of gastronomy, 2 Michelin-stars and Bocuse d’Or, is a perfect example as he is Hédène’s godfather. Chef Vieira was appealed to the unique flavors of Hédène honeys and the development of French soils. He cooks with Hédène honeys to brighten up the menu of his gourmet restaurant, located in Chaudes-Aigues in Cantal. Some one-of-a-kind recipes have been created with him, to the delight of finest epicures.