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Are miel de maquis de printemps vegan?

Miel de maquis de printemps is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is miel de maquis de printemps?

Miel de maquis de printemps, or Spring maquis honey, is a delightful ingredient that captures the essence of Corsica's blooming landscape. Made by bees who collect nectar from various wildflowers and shrubs found in the maquis, this honey boasts a complex yet subtle flavor profile that is both floral and earthy. Its light amber color exudes warmth and freshness, while its creamy texture makes it a versatile ingredient in various culinary preparations, from sweet to savory. With its unique terroir and artisanal production process, miel de maquis de printemps is a rare gem in the world of honey.

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