This thick, viscous thyme honey has sappy, woodsy flavor that starts out strong and then dissipates in the mouth. Its bold, not-too-sweet character makes it a great choice for savory cooking. Add it to meat marinades, glazes and vinaigrettes. Also try eating this monofloral honey with a blue cheese like Fourme d’Ambert or stir into a hot toddy for a warming treat.
About Alemany Mel y Turrón: Alemany Mel y Turrón is an independent honey and turrón producer located in the remote valley of Os de Balaguer in northern Spain. They gather honey from all over Spain — and only from Spain — concentrating on monofloral (single flower) varieties like rare thyme, rosemary and chestnut honey. Alemany's artisanal production practices have remained unchanged for five generations.