Multi-flower honey produced on the land surrounding the farm. The variety of flower species that grow locally, including alfalfa, makes this honey complete from a nutritional point of view compared with single-flower honeys due to the presence of local pollen from multiple flower blossomings. The darker multi-flower honey varieties have better nutritional properties: they are richer in minerals and antioxidants, mainly due to the presence of honeydew. Honey from the Emilian hills is a powerful antiseptic, sedative and has detoxifying properties for the liver. It provides energy, favours digestion and facilitates calcium absorption,
ideal served with mature cheese.