Aphrodite’s favourite syrup

One of the most seductive foods on the planet, honey is as much a sensual experience as it is an indulgence. The use of honey can be traced back to Aphrodite, the goddess of love.

Cupid is said to have dipped his amorous arrows in honey.

In ancient Egypt the groom’s vows promised to pledge to his wife a specific amount every year.

It is said that the Greek physician Hippocrates prescribed it for sexual vigour, advocating that taking milk and honey would induce love and ecstasy.

Avicenna, the father of modern medicine recognised it’s superb value to the human body as the golden liquid as “the food of foods, the drink of drinks and the drug of drugs”.

Recipe Suggestions

Honey-Glazed Korean Pears in Wanton Crisps with Honey Cinnamon Mascarpone

Enticing seduction meal for seafood lovers. Honey Ginger Soy Salmon

Breakfast in bed with your loved one. Honey Vanilla Crème stuffed with French Toast

Valentine day cocktail. Black Honey Cynar Cocktail