This gorgeous monofloral Eucalyptus honey has a royal pedigree – the honey is sourced from the Casa de Alba estates, one of the oldest aristocratic houses in Spain, with ties to most European royal houses. A noble honey indeed! Harvested in estates in Salamanca, Spain, this beautifully earthy, locally-produced honey is rich and delicious. The bees happily buzz around woods filled with eucalyptus trees, the honey developing a delightful flavor.
Eucalyptus honey is fragrant and refreshing, not only delicious but also full of the health properties contained in this wonderful tree. It’s our go-to honey for coughs and colds, and to soothe sore and scratchy throats. The rich woodsy and not-too-sweet flavor makes it the perfect choice to pair with meats for marinades and glazes, for roasts and baking.
Casa de Alba is a renowned Spanish Estate, one of the oldest in Spain, until recently helmed by the late Duchess of Alba, a strong-willed woman filled with personality and joie de vivre. One of her last wishes was to develop a line of foods and ingredients sourced out of her own vast and rich estates, and that dream is now a reality. The Estate is famed for its olive oil, sherry vinegar, craft beer, Iberico ham, artisan cheeses, and a myriad of other gourmet foods that are locally sourced and artisanally produced in de Alba Estates.