A richly aromatic and floral honey produced by a variety of rare herbs and wildflowers, including the blue thistle, or cardoon, one of the most ancient edible plants in Greece and ancestor to the artichoke. This honey is produced in the nooks and cranny’s of the Vikos Gorge in Epirus, Northwestern Greece—in the most remote part of Greece, in other words! It has a distinct aftertaste and an intense wild floral flavor. Because of its rarity, it is produced in limited supply, so savor every spoonful and enjoy it with mature cheeses if that is something to your liking. It’s great with aged northern Greek sheep’s milk cheeses and with pecorino or even good-quality blue cheeses.