Lavender Honey is a limited and prized honey, as it is only produced when bees are able to gather nectar from the lavender blossoms in Provence, France. It has a fruit taste with a tinge of blackcurrant, which is well-balanced and rounded.
Called miel de lavande in France, the Lavender Honey is commonly used as a spread over bread and scones. It is also often used in baking and cooking.
Lavender Honey has a medium rate of crystallization. The natural organic compounds in the leaves and flowers of lavender are known to have calming properties.
Fans of Lavender Honey says it “glow from within and pours like melted butter”.