The nose is floral and spicy, reminiscent of mulled wine, cloves and aromatic herbs. When it is liquid, its color is amber; once crystallized then, its color ranges from beige to hazel. It crystallizes spontaneously, often with irregular crystals. Both the smell and the taste are persistent.
It has a balsamic aftertaste. In the kitchen, its taste goes well with the flavor of autumn pears. Consumers also recommend using it in seasonal fruit salads, mixed with dried fruit such as hazelnuts and walnuts.
Reflecting the characteristics of the Thyme plant, this type of honey has numerous antiseptic properties:
- RESPIRATORY TRACT: the balsamic action of this honey helps to calm and soothe viral inflammations; disinfects the oropharyngeal tract and facilitates the expulsion of the typical flu muchi. Not surprisingly, it is the basis of numerous pharmaceutical productions of propolis and syrups. In addition, its essential oils improve the immune system.
- GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT: it has been found that thyme honey is also an excellent remedy for intestinal gas dysfunctions.
Thyme honey is harvested between late June and mid-July.
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