The "Villa Guardatoia" millefiori honey is either a light or a darker shade of amber, depending on the predominating flowers. The honey produced in June is clear, has an intense fragrance, is quite sweet, and you can recognise the delicate aroma of acacia and citrus fruits. The honey produced in September is darker in colour and less substantial, with a fragrance of dried plums and green tomato jam, and even a note of bitterness from the olive trees.
The honey produced in June is incomparable when combined with ricotta cheese and cocoa powder. The honeydew produced in September, with its more bitter taste, combines well with fresh or partly mature cheeses.