Trentino Alto Adige Honey

Trentino Alto Adige – ‘Il miele del Trentino’

Honey from plants in the territory of the Autonomous Province of Trento
Honey Museum Trentino

  • Citrus Honey – ‘Miele di zagara (Orange Blossom Honey) or Miele di agrumi (Citrus Honey) or Miele arancio (Orange Honey)’ (Not just orange blossoms but blossoms of Citrus:Orange, bergamot, lemon, mandarin)
  • Forest Honeydew – ‘Melata di bosco, Melata di metcalfa’ (Insect: Metcalfa pruinosa (Say))
  • Cherry Honey – ‘Miele di ciliegio’ (Prunus avium, Prunus spp.)
  • Raspberry – ‘Miele di lampone’ (Rubus idaeus)
  • Apple Honey of Trentino – ‘Miele Trentino Melo’ (Malus domestica)
  • Bramble Honey of Trentino (aka Honey Bush) – ‘Miele Trentino di rovo’ (Rubus spp.)
  • Acacia of Trentino – ‘Miele Trentino di acacia’ (Robinia pseudoacacia L.)
  • Chestnut Honey of Trentino – ‘Miele Trentino di castagno’ (Castanea sativa Mill)
  • Trentino Fir Honeydew (Spruce & Fir) – Miele Trentino di Melata di Abete’ (Fir: Abies alba and Red Spruce: Picea excelsa) (Insects: Cinara costate, C. piceae, Physokermes hemicryphus)
  • Trentino Rhododendron Honey (Honey Rasabèch) – ‘Miele Trentino di Rododendro (Miele di Rasabèch) ‘ (Rhododendron ferrugineum and R. hirsutum)
  • Dandelion Honey from Tentino – ‘Miele Trentino di Tarassaco’ (Taraxacum officinale)
  • Lime Tree of Trentino (aka Linden or Basswood) – ‘Miele Trentino di tiglio’ (Tilia spp.)
  • Wildflower Honey of Trentino – ‘Miele Millefiori di Trentino’ (The wildflower honey comes from the Autonomous Province of Trentino from spring wildflowers)

Certified Traditional Food of Italy PAT – Honey certified as a Traditional Italian Food.
Slow Food Icon Honey identified and cataloged by the Arc of Taste (Slow Foods)

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