Chestnut honey is one of the honeys harvested in the spring in Cap Corse. Made from honeydew and nectar, it is a robust, full-bodied honey. It is distinguished by its amber to dark color, its strong smell and its woody flavor with a hint of bitterness. It is one of the most used honeys in the kitchen, especially for the particularity of its flavor and its aroma. It is used to flavor certain pastries, such as cookies, cakes and pies. Those who don't really like the taste of sugar use it in drinks, such as milk, tea and coffee. Others add it to salads, marinades, or spread it on toast...