Mieli Thun

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In 1992 Andrea Paternoster takes over the reins of the Mieli Thun company and thrives to redeem, as much as possible, the true value of honey. Mieli Thun is renowned for its many types of single-variety honeys, obtained through knowing and directed nomadic beekeeping. The monofloral honey are obtained by changing the honeycomb with a virgin one when flowers reaches theirs blossoms' peak. In this way Mieli Thun is able to obtain honeys with the highest integrity that the cooperation between bees and Mother Nature can offer us.

Honey is delicious any time of the day, and it will enhance breakfast, lunch or dinner. Honey goes well with cheese, with meat and fish or try to perfume your favorite tea.

Our Featured Mieli Thun Honey
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This Italian Eucalyptus Honey has a balanced sweet and sour taste, with at times spicy overtones and balsamic notes.

The honey is produced in July, in the Matera region of Southern Italy. The color of the honey is amber or light hazelnut-brown, and its aroma is like liquorice, sometimes slightly smoky.

It is a delicious honey with roasted vegetables and wonderful to finish risotto. Eucalyptus honey can crystallize spontaneously and quite quickly into fine grains.

Note: Children under the age of one year should not consume raw honey.

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This Italian Eucalyptus Honey has a balanced sweet and sour taste, with at times spicy overtones and balsamic notes.The honey is produced in July, in the Matera region of Southern Italy. The color of the honey is amber or light hazelnut-brown, and its... read more
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On the beautiful island of Sicily, between July and August, the people of Mieli Thun are harvesting their Forest Honeydew honey. This dark amber honey is wonderful to sweeten milk and coffee, and also mulled wine.This Italian honey crystallizes slowly;... read more
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