One of Italian’s most evocative artisan food products is honey. Like grapes and olives it is a true reflection of the terroir of the region. Raw and unfiltered this artisan Italian honey comes from beehives in the protected national parks along Tuscany's Etruscan coast. The end to a traditional Tuscan meal would be a slice of Pecorino Toscano cheese drizzled with chestnut honey served with a fresh pear. Darker and richer than most honeys, Italian chestnut honey is a product of the forest with an aroma and flavor that can add a sweet and savory note to a variety of dishes. Try it with oatmeal in the morning or breakfast crespelle (Italian crepes) to add a touch of the sweetness of Italy to your day.