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Mieli Thun Coriander Honey

Mieli Thun

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  • Mieli Thun
  • Coriander Honey
  • Miele di Coriandolo
  • Size: 8.82 oz (250 g)
  • Ingredients: bee honey.
  • Product of Italy
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The nose has a strong personality, reminiscent of gingerbread and gomasio, with a lightly smoked note, and at the finish a fresh note of quince rind and coconut milk. The taste is well balanced between savory and sweet, with a refreshing and persistent citrusy finish. A monofloral honey derived from plants cultivated for their seeds, used primarily as a spice.

In combination with egg dishes and fried food.

In the kitchen
As an ingredient in a spicy marinade for grilled meats, with vinegar and spices in a chimichurri to baste the asado as it cooks, with fresh minced thyme to thicken and add flavor to pan drippings of roast beef and game.

Provenance (see map)
Altitude distribution: 0 m
Bloom period: May-June

Plant variety (see drawing)
An annual plant with characteristic straight stems, compound leaves, white flowers, and aromatic seeds. Will not survive in humid soil. The name coriander comes from the Latin "Coriandrum", meaning stinkbug, in reference to the unpleasant odor and shape of its fruit.

Pollens and combinations
Capraggine, girasole, meliloto, betonica.

Mieli Thun is pure monofloral honey collected during peak blooming periods in specially selected, uncontaminated locations. Nomadic honey, produced by taking the bees to sixty extraordinary sites, a family tradition involving trips all over the country, careful observation, and paying heed to the tales of the farmers, who are true connoisseurs of the land.

Pure ingredient. Mieli Thun has stepped out of the box to imagine honey as a pure ingredient with many possible uses. From breakfast to dinner, miraculous in cakes and pastry, it is a salad dressing, cooks perfectly, an emulsifier par excellence, fundamental in cocktails, goes well in curd and is an important ingredient in traditional salamis. The greatest chefs are pioneering this rediscovery, honey is the new frontier of gourmet cuisine.


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