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Chestnut honey - 500g

Chestnut honey - 500g

Regular price € 17,95 EUR
Regular price Sale price € 17,95 EUR
Unit price 35,90€  per  kg
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Chestnut honey, obtained from the nectar of the "Castanea Sativa" flowers, has made a name for itself for its distinctive taste and is increasingly popular with lovers of intense flavors.

Surprisingly, there are dense stands of chestnut trees near the Fontainebleau forest - exactly where our beehives are!

These not only provide excellent honey, but also plenty of chestnut pollen. The chestnut honey always remains creamy and is easy to spread.

Chestnut trees, related to beech and oak (family Fagaceae), bloom in late June to early July with rich and intensely fragrant flowers. This flowering period, which lasts about two weeks, provides bees with plenty of pollen.

Chestnut honey is one of the most commonly used honeys by top chefs because of its rich, woody, long-lasting flavor and strong, sweet aroma. It gives pastries, cookies, cakes and tarts a pleasant aroma.

Dark amber, chestnut honey offers a slightly astringent taste that appeals to lovers of character honeys. So if you don't appreciate the taste of sugar, you will use it in coffee, salad dressing and marinades. Or simply on toasted bread.
The simplest recipe is probably warm goat cheese drizzled with a drizzle of chestnut honey and garnished with a fresh mint leaf. Make variations with thyme or sesame seeds.
It stays liquid for several months and when it becomes creamy, it doesn't harden. This chestnut honey is therefore easy to spread.

allergens and ingredients

Ingredients: honey

nutritional values

Nutritional information per 100g

⁕ Calories: 1368 KJ / 327 Kcal
⁕ Fat: 0g
⁕ Of which saturated fatty acids: 0 g
⁕ Carbohydrates: 81.1 g
⁕ Of which sugar: 79.1 g
⁕ Protein: 0.39 g
⁕ Salt: 0.0 g


The name Un apiculteur près de chez vous emerged in 2007 from the merger of two beekeepers, Rémy Vanbremeersch and Bruno Petit. They chose this name to remind Parisians that there is a beekeeper near them in Paris. Beekeeping mainly produces honey, pollen and beeswax. Queens and swarms are also bred to improve and expand the bee population. The two beekeepers operate 400 hives in Ile-de-France, 250 beehives and 400 micro-fertilization baskets for queen renewal.

The majority of the bee population is located near Fontainebleau in the Gâtinais French Regional Natural Park. During the season, some of the hives are sent on the move: to the Chantilly forest to harvest linden honey, to the Essonne for buckwheat honey and to the Marne for alfalfa honey. The company also has more than 60 beehives in Paris. Parisian honey is harvested in very different locations such as gardens, company roofs or the Bois de Vincennes. The urban honeys are fragrant and reflect the surprising botanical diversity of their surroundings. The city is planted with numerous linden trees and acacias, but also with Sophoras and Evodias.

Manufacturer: Miel de Paris - an apiculteur near you, 5 Place de l'Adjudant Vincenot, 75020 Paris, France

useful information


Honey is stored in a well-sealed jar at room temperature, in a dry place and protected from light.


We indicate a best before date on the jars to indicate the freshness of the honey and in accordance with current EU regulations, but the honey can be safely consumed years after the date indicated on the jar.


The crystallization of honey is a natural process that takes more or less time. The nectar collected by bees naturally contains glucose and fructose, which lead to crystallization. Liquid, crystallized honey is always good, but you can always warm it in a water bath for a few minutes to regain its original texture.


Honey consists of various sugars, which are present in different percentages depending on their plant origin. The higher the glucose content, the faster the honey crystallizes: after extraction, a spring honey crystallizes in less than 7 days, while an acacia or fir honey takes several years.


This is not recommended as the cold increases crystallization and thus hardening.


Everything you always wanted to know about honey...
If you are wondering why there is no "plop" when you open the honey and why the lid of the honey jar can be pressed in, I can put your mind at ease. This is how it should be and is a sign of quality.

This honey, like other high-quality and handcrafted honeys, is raw honey. This means that it was spun cold and not heated, so it is filled into the jars cold, which is why no vacuum is formed when the lid is closed, as is the case with the production of e.g. B. jam is common.
As is well known, this is filled hot into jars, which creates a vacuum in the jar when it cools down, which later becomes noticeable through the "pushed in" lid and the "plop" when opening.

Unlike industrially processed baking honey, cold-spun raw honey is very healthy: it contains valuable minerals such as magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium and phosphorus as well as C and B vitamins. Thanks to certain enzymes, honey also has an antibacterial and antiseptic effect and can support digestion and the immune system.

As early as the Stone Age, people used honey as food, as shown in 9,000-year-old Stone Age cave paintings depicting "honey hunters". At first it was the only sweetener. Honey taken from wild bee colonies was also used as bait for bear hunting. Australian rock carvings show that Aborigines collected bush honey from stingless bees as far back as prehistoric times.

The origin of domestic beekeeping for the purpose of honey production is in the 7th millennium BC. believed to be in Anatolia. Honey was also found as a burial object in the tombs of the pharaohs in Egypt, because as the “food of the gods” it was praised as the source of immortality. Therefore, in ancient Egypt, a pot of honey was worth about the same as a donkey.
In ancient Greece it was mainly used to treat fever and to improve the performance of athletes at the Olympic Games.


payment and shipping

The following conditions apply:

Delivery is currently only available in Germany and Austria.

Shipping costs (including VAT)

Deliveries to Germany with UPS or DHL.

We calculate the shipping costs based on the order value (gross value of goods):

  • Goods value up to €70.00 = €7.95 (DHL or UPS)
  • From an order value of €70.00 we deliver free of charge.

Deliveries to Austria:

We calculate the shipping costs based on the order value (gross value of goods):

  • Goods value up to €149.99 = €15.00 (UPS)
  • We deliver free shipping for orders over €150.00.
Delivery times

Unless a different deadline is specified in the respective offer, the goods will be delivered within Germany (Germany) within 5 to 7 working days.
If you have ordered items with different delivery times, we will send the goods in one shipment, unless we have made different agreements with you. In this case, the delivery time is determined by the item with the longest delivery time that you ordered.

Accepted payment options

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Further payment details

If you pay by credit card, your credit card account will be debited upon conclusion of the contract.

If you have any questions, you can find our contact details in the legal notice.

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questions and answers

Where do you ship to?

Delivery is currently only in Germany and Austria.

With which shipping service provider do you ship?

We currently only work with UPS or DHL. You will be asked to select a delivery method during the ordering process.

How long does it take until I receive my order?

That depends on where you are. Orders to Germany take 3 to 5 working days to arrive. Delivery details will be provided in your confirmation email.

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