When it comes to wedding favours, the first thing that springs to mind for many is of course, the classic bag filled with sweets, perhaps accompanied by some little object destined to end up collecting dust with the other ornaments and jewels that we have hidden in a corner of our homes somewhere.
For some years now though, the increasingly more popular choice has been to substitute a more innovative and better-appreciated “gourmet” gift in the place of the traditional choice of sweets and ornament or other object.
One such choice is these delightful little jars of honey and hazelnut cream: a genuine surprise to dazzle the palate of your guests!
The cream combines delicious hazelnut paste with, most importantly, exceptional acacia honey, lovingly handmade in rural Liguria, following ancient, traditional methods with total respect for the environment.
The beehives themselves are dotted across areas of the Ligurian Apennines, and in particular around the Beigua Regional Natural Park, which guarantees an authentic finished product, far from polluting sources, of the highest possible quality.
The finished product is a natural honey, free from any processing, that’s available in the following varieties: acacia, chestnut, honeydew, sunflower, lime, dandelion and mixed-flower.
Honey has a very special nutritional value, and provides energy that’s very easily taken up by the body; it’s a great source of readily available calories that aren’t harmful, and what’s more, it’s suitable for all ages, any time of the year.
In addition to hazelnut cream, the following 100g jars are also available: gianduja cream, almond cream, liquorice cream and hazelnuts in acacia honey.
With customised graphic design and bespoke packaging, these jars are ideal pretty wedding favours, or (in the smaller 40g) cute place holders for your wedding table.
I guarantee that these can make a great impression, as in addition to being beautiful, they are also super tasty; I know because I’ve tasted them and would never suggest anything without having tried it myself!