Acacia Honey

Robinia pseudoacacia, Black Locus, False Acacia… So many different names for these trees and their gorgeous white flowers that have been brought back to France from the Americas in the 16th century by the king’s botanist Jean Robin.

The blond, lightly coloured and almost cleared honey is one of the most wanted in the world today. It is liquid and cristalizes very slowly thanks to a very high concentration of fructose. The nose is very light but its taste mild with delicates float notes and hints of vanilla .

A honey you would also chose to sweeten without altering other aromas and for that reason it is commonly used in cooking and baking.
Obviously that is also the kid’s favourite to spread on bread or to bring some sweetness and flowers to the morning oatmeal.