Cheese and Honey Pairing with Meg - Silvestre

Perfect Cheese Board Honey Pairing Holiday Party @ainttooproudtomeg

We are so excited to introduce you to our friend Meg, from the popular Instagram @ainttooproudtomeg. Meg specializes in building beautiful cheese boards and we were lucky enough to work with her last Holiday season. She designed four boards featuring our 4 flagship Bee Seasonal honey varietals from Harvest 001 collection.

Perfect Cheese Board Honey Pairing Holiday Party @ainttooproudtomeg

Picture credit: Meg Quinn | ainttooproudtomeg.com

 

First Up: The Silvestre Board

Featuring our Brazilian Iguaçu River Wildflower Honey - Silvestre  (Buy it on Amazon)

Perfect Cheese Board Honey Pairing Holiday Party @ainttooproudtomeg

"This is the most floral & aromatic honey of the set. It also has a little citrus rind aftertaste that’s slightly bitter, which balances the creaminess of goat cheeses (like this goat’s milk brie & Humboldt Fog) and some sheep milk cheeses (like Manchego). I also thought it’d be really fun to play up the floral connection by garnishing the board with spray roses, lavender & chamomile flowers.
And now for our “perfect bites” from this board! Take a piece of sourdough, layer on some Manchego & pistachios then drizzle with honey. Or, take a cracker & some goat’s milk brie, sprinkle some pomegranate seeds and drizzle on the Silvestre honey."

- Meg Quinn

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Perfect Cheese Board Honey Pairing Holiday Party @ainttooproudtomeg

Perfect Cheese Board Honey Pairing Holiday Party @ainttooproudtomeg

Perfect Cheese Board Honey Pairing Holiday Party @ainttooproudtomeg

If you missed Meg’s other cheese & honey pairings,

follow these links:  ANGICO  |  AROEIRA  |  MARMELEIRO

 

 


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