To make Dr. Pescia Chestnut Honey (Miele di Castagno Apicoltura), bees are transported to chestnut woods in the hills near the Pescia farm for the production of a transparent, bronze-colored, pourable honey with a potent, molasses-like bouquet and flavor. Ideal as a condiment for cheese plates. Paolo Pescia is a second generation honey maker, practicing nomadic beekeeping, which involves transporting his beehives to seasonally-flowering zones and protected national parks located from the Tuscan coast to its hills. The result is monofloral honeys of stunning quality and flavor. All production is done by hand, including the scraping of the honey from their combs. Imported from Italy. 17-1/2-Ounce jar.