L-162 Flower | Animal


L-162 Flower | Animal

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This bright yellow honey reveals sweet and suave aromas of dried flowers such as chamomile and chrysanthemum. Under a slight ammonia scent, there is a taste of pollen. The flavor and acidity of this honey will sublimate the flowery rinds of both Brie and Camembert.


Cheese - Pairing ♥
Brie | Camembert

The first honey harvest of the season is well represented in this farmhouse honey from the Montérégie region. This honey is very important for the bees at the end of the winter season because the flowers provide them with nectar and pollen to feed the colony and ensure the health of the new generation of bees.

Dominant flower: Dandelion
Secondary flowers: Willow | Maple


Pairing honey

Dare to create

Drizzle honey on the cheese.

Balance the natural tart and salty taste of cheese with the sweetness and smoothness of honey.

Dare to create a gourmet pairing. Taste the cheese, then the honey, and finally their pairing. There is no wrong way to go about it, just enjoy yourself.

Discover kinds of honey for their unique character, and experience cheese in a different way.

A duo that will thrill your tastebuds and those of your guests.



Honey will naturally crystallize, each in a different way. This is an opportunity to experience various textures while tasting. Discover these textures while pairing honey with your favorite cheeses and their own textures.

To make honey liquid again, simply chamber the vial in a glass of very hot but not boiling water for a few minutes, and lightly shake the vial a few times.

Our honeys are not pasteurized and are minimally filtered to retain their natural character and proprieties.