Apennine wildflower honey crystallises a few months after the harvest. The colour depends on what flowers it was made from, and it varies from amber to copper. The aroma and the taste are never the same either. Depending on the year, they can recall, more or less intensely, the fragrance of flowers or of certain fruits.
It's excellent as a table honey or as a natural sweetener. It's very aromatic, and is particularly appreciated by those who remember the honey of their childhood.