French Honey with Honeycomb Inside
Inside this jar of French honey sits a large piece of honeycomb harvested from the Perronneau family hives around Dijon, France. Honeycomb is chewy, sweet and entirely edible. Slice off a piece to serve with a cheese platter, on top of buttered toast or let it melt into a hot cup of tea. Of course, don’t forget the honey itself. Drizzle this delicately floral honey over fresh fruit or crostini topped with ricotta.
About the producer
Apiculture Production Innovation Distribution (APIDIS) is the Perronneau family business based in Dijon, France. Honey has been central to the Perronneau family since 1890. Gabriel Perronneau jokes that with 30,00 to 60,000 worker bees per hive and over 4,000 hives, he is "the largest employer in France!" Today, the fourth and fifth generation of Perronneaus steer the company together as they continue to share their family legacy with the world.