About the honey
Lavender in bloom in the summer sun is a feast for the senses. The flowers are beautiful with velvety labiatae on green ears.
Lavender is partly evergreen and perennial, and a joy to humans, butterflies and bees in midsummer.
Lavender has an eye-catching blue-purple colour. The leaves are needle shaped and grey-greenish depending on season. Lavender is bushy and can grow to be about 50 cm high. The close-set leaves are covered with a fine layer of down, which is very aromatic. If you let your hand glide across lavender, it will release a calming and intense scent.
Lavender honey can be liquid or creamy, and has a very characteristic and aromatic taste. It is not as scented, as you might expect, but is fresh with a touch of citrus.