The most elegant of all honeys. Bees scour the delicate lavender blossoms on the hillsides of Provence to produce this perfectly perfumed, richly flavored honey. So good you'll want to eat it by the spoonful.
The honey is opaque, the color of custard cream. It's mesmerizing. It seems to glow from within and pours like melted butter or spun sugar. Pop off the top, and you'll be hit by the perfume. Each whiff is like the start of another good year in Provence.