Harvested in the mountains near Salamanca, Spain, this beautifully earthy, locally-produced honey is rich and delicious. The bees happily buzz around verdant mountain forests filled with a variety of oaks trees, the honey developing an earthy, nutty flavor that’s just delightful.
The deep woodiness of this artisan honey is a great choice for red meat glazes, and also to drizzle over nuts. Serve it with cheese and charcuterie and discover how it can bring out the flavors of different cheeses and salami.
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.