The monofloral linden honey is produced mainly in the Alps and the Northern Apennines.
Foraging bees, mostly in the month of June, collect nectar from the flowers of the plant known as lime and then produce a honey color very light amber; liquid at the beginning, then it tends to crystallize resulting in large crystals and irregular.
This honey has an aroma of medium intensity, fresh, minty and balsamic vinegar has a sweet taste normally, fresh menthol and is very persistent.
Linden honey has sedative properties that make it valuable to people who suffer from insomnia and nervousness, it should be drunk in the evening, maybe dissolved in a good herbal tea.